Demo of car that runs on water in Abu Dhabi

Pakistani engineer to showcase technology to Irena boss

An engineer will likely hold a demo of new ground-breaking technology where car runs on water as fuel to Irena officials in Abu Dhabi.

The demo will be given to Director-General of Abu Dhabi-headquarter International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) Adnan Z. Amin in Abu Dhabi, Pakistan Press International (PPI) news agency said on Thursday.

Pakistani engineer Waqar Ahmed has been invited by Pakistani Ambassador to UAE Jamil Ahmed Khan in Abu Dhabi to give a demo to Irena’s director general. Sources said the ambassador is currently visiting Pakistan and will return to the UAE next week to reveal further details.

Earlier this week, Engineer Ahmed drove the vehicle on water in Pakistan as a demo in front of media, students, scientists and politicians.

Media reports have explained that the water fuelling system is a technology in which “hydrogen bonding” with distilled water produces hydrogen gas to run the car. The engineer claims that the car can run 40 kilometres in litre water.

PPI said Ambassador Khan has exchanged notes with Irena’s Amin and agreed joining hands in holding a demo to have a close look at the working of the “water fuel kit project.”

 

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