LEV SCIENCE

Verizon is working to become carbon neutral in our operations by 2035 by reducing our emissions, investing in renewable energy, and purchasing carbon offsets.

of our waste materials are upcycled into art projects that benefit our community.

of our waste materials are upcycled into art projects that benefit our community.

Verizon is working to become carbon neutral in our operations by 2035 by reducing our emissions, investing in renewable energy, and purchasing carbon offsets.

     BANKSKI is working to become carbon neutral in our operations by reducing our emissions, investing in renewable energy, and purchasing from companies that believe in our phylosophy.

645 MPGe &Emits Only 30 Grams of Greenhouse Gass Emissions Per Mile

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CLIMATE PROTECTION

     BANKSKI is working to become carbon neutral in our operations by reducing our emissions, investing in renewable energy projects, and working with companies that also believe in our philosophy. Our intent is focused on not creating harm to environment, and to prevent as much harm from occurring to the environment through our interactions with it. It goes beyond an idea and extends to actual practices that influence how communities, businesses and individuals conduct themselves.

     From sourcing renewable energy for our office and workspace and partnering with artist projects to creating solutions that help our clients become more sustainable, we are committed to protecting our planet and passing our learned knowledge onto the next generation.

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WE ARE COMMITED TO SHARING OUR SCIENCE OF LIGHT-ELECTRIC VEHICLES

645 MPGe & Emits Only 30 Grams of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Per Mile

      "Creating a sustainable planet means giving people the tools and knowledge of how to do it correctly. Why not make lowering our environmental footprint and cleaning our atmosphere fun too. Light-electric vehicles are the perfect tool for riding around neighborhoods, along streets and roads to help create a sustainable planet."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Todd Bank-BANKSKI Founder

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EXHIBITION PROGRAMS

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     COVID-19 is not the only mega challenge the world faces today; another is reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions that are generating the rapind warming of our planet, a.k.a. Global Warming. Teaching people about the science of light-electric vehicles as a mitigation tool for this important endeavor is part of BANKSKI's mission. Our Super-Light electric motorcycles and E-Ski's are one solution. Through winning OVERALL, the 2004 American Tour De Sol electric-vehicle race, Todd Bank has proven how to reduce up to 31 grams of greenhouse gas emissions per mile while riding a LEV. More than that, his prize formula of 645 MPGe (National Laboratories; miles per gallon of gas equivalent) also gained from this victory can teach a new generation about converting a potentially harmful short-daily trip using an gasoline-powered car or motor scooter into a useful planet sustaining trip with a LEV.

 

     With collaboration and imagination, our exhibition programs will empower people by giving them the knowledge of how to reduce millions more tons of CO2 from harming the environment by choosing the right type of transportation vehicle. Fast forward 20 years when a hundred million Americans ride LEV's daily, that is when light-electric vehicles become a big part of creating a sustainable planet.

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     With a range of LEV makes and models available, the latest charging and battery-swap stations on site to see and try, and experts on hand to answer all your questions, learning about your future light-electric vehicle transportation system has never been more fun. Pictured right, The BANKSKI LEV Tour uses electric-powered delivery vans to travel from city to city and school to school.

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     Lithium-ion batteries are incredibly popular these days. You can find them in many of your personal communication devices and in most electric vehicles. They're so common because, pound for pound, they're some of the most energetic rechargeable batteries available and what battery-swap stations will be delivering to consumers.

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     Many Fuel Cell Vehicles (FCV) use a fuel cell combined with a battery to power the electric motor. In FCVs, the fuel cell uses oxygen from the air and compressed hydrogen to create the electricity and they only emit water and heat as byproducts. The major reason for developing fuel cell technology is efficiency, low or zero emissions, and fuel production from local sources rather than imported sources.

 

     Pictured here, is a Fuel-Cell & battery swap powered LAND GLIDER designed and built by Todd Bank on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

  

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