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JEDI Fund For An American Energy Future


The World is changing and everyday we are faced with new questions, new issues. Many of these issues have reached a high level of discussion around the world. These are Global Warming, dependence on foreign oil and the quality of the air we breathe. Most of these issues deal with sustainability of our world today and tomorrow. The world’s appetite for energy is growing in leaps and bounds, with no end in sight. What we are doing is not really bad, since we are living “better” quality of life all over the world. But how we are doing it, is this sustainable? What will our children and grandchildren see as the affects of this uncontrolled growth in energy needs by old world technologies? The United States consumes 25% of the World’s energy with only 5% of the population. This energy issue has severe consequences. How do we change this?

The World is ready for a road-worthy Low Speed Vehicle

What is a LSV?
A Low Speed Vehicle is a Federally defined class of street legal vehicles that must go at least 20 mph but no faster than 25 mph. They are smaller and are limited to 2500 lbs GVW. They are required to have a number of safety features, such as head lamps, tail lamps, turn signals, brake lights, side reflectors, seat belts, approved automotive windshields. Over 45 States allow LSV’s on public roads 35 mph or slower. They are desirable since they can offset the use of a larger gasoline powered vehicle.