Electric transport is the main solution to the greenhouse gases issue, but innovative ideas do not always get a seamless start. For example, the Norwegian electric aircraft Alpha Electro crashed a short while ago. What caused the accident?
Norway is one of the world leaders in electric transport implementation. Avinor, the local company, owns the Slovenian manufacturer Pipistrel, which developed Alpha Electro - the world's first electric-powered aircraft. Unfortunately, the aircraft crashed a short while ago.
A vehicle weighing half a tonne can hold two people. The Alpha Electro’s battery charges in an hour with the charge lasting approximately the same time. The aircraft’s maximum speed is 60 km/h and the altitude is 400 meters. It recently crashed during a passenger flight. The accident did not get videotaped, but there are shots that depict rescuers retrieving Alpha Electro from the water. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident, although it is a pity that the plane got destroyed. The reasons for the crash are not available.
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