Students present Feitmobile electric kart


June 24, 2016





June 24, 2016




Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technologies (FEIT) presented the Feitmobile, the prototype of a go-­kart which runs on electric power, reported. Vice dean Hristina Spasevska said the institution is proud of EL-KA, team of 15 students who collaborated for 10 months in the design of the vehicle. The Feitmobile has an electric engine which runs on energy provided by a battery, she added.

The project of a total of three years focuses on the propulsion design, electronic parts and accompanying elements. When the endeavour is complete, the kart is expected to include a recharging system which utilizes the energy from braking.

The students who work on Feitmobile study the faculty’s programme for power engineering, automation and renewable energy sources. Their mentors are professors Goga Cvetkovski and Snežana Čundeva. Ivan Spaseski from EL-KA said companies including Tab Mak, Atlantik, Deko, and Agrooprema supported the project.

Feitmobile has a direct current engine of nominal capacity of 2.5 kW and the autonomy of half an hour.

Related Articles

Romania renewables statistically attributed Netherlands

Romania’s renewables can statistically be attributed to Netherlands

28 June 2022 - The EU enables countries to pay other member states to formally make up for shortfalls in achieving own green energy targets


EU faces challenges in delivering on ambitious offshore wind target

28 June 2022 - The ambitious target could prove challenging due to expected shortages of specialized offshore wind installation vessels


NASA sets out to develop nuclear power plant on the Moon

28 June 2022 - Success in building such power systems would pave the way for long-term missions on the Moon and Mars, NASA said

EU energy ministers targets renewables energy efficiency

EU energy ministers aiming at more ambitious renewables, energy efficiency targets

28 June 2022 - The Council of the EU wants to boost the renewables and energy savings targets via the Fit-for-55 package, which depends on upcoming talks