The RLCVs can be used to drive a variety of energy sources, including wind, solar and hydroelectric, says a new paper.
In a nutshell, the researchers say the RLCVRs could drive renewable energy sources in the UK.
The RLGV has two cores, a turbine core that produces electricity and a fuel tank that uses the hydrogen as fuel.
The fuel tank is powered by a single motor.
The engine is a four-cylinder diesel-powered motor with a turbocharger that uses electrical power to boost the engine’s speed.
The design of the RLGVs is similar to a conventional petrol engine.
The power-generating power is fed into the turbine core via a series of small generators, which then provide the energy for the turbine.
The authors note that the RLVs could also be used for generating electricity for power plants or other large-scale power sources.
This would provide an alternative to fossil fuel-based power plants.
The researchers say they have published several publications and papers on RLCVEVs and the potential for their use in renewable energy projects.
RLGVS are currently being developed by a number of firms, including a consortium of companies based in the US and Japan.
RLCVDes have also been demonstrated in other countries, including South Korea and the Netherlands.