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Our Electric Powered Boat is Undergoing Field Trials

 Performance Testing


One mission per week for a period of 1.25 years.  Recording. analyzing, and presenting the data in visual form on this website. Payload weight,  GPS track, speed, battery consumption throughout the entire route, time to recharge, cost of recharge, and a 1-time baseline data collection of the same experiment reproduced using twin 20 HP gasoline motors for electric vs petrol outboard propulsion system comparison.


Reliability Testing


Measured by executing one mission per week for a period of 1.25 years and computing the ratio of missions accomplished over the number of missions aborted or failed.



Maintenance Testing


A log of all repairs will be recorded and presented in visual form.



 Cost Benefit Analysis


A cost benefit analysis will be performed and presented graphically comparing gasoline vs electric twin-20 HP performance, reliability, and maintenance costs published online.

26 November, 2023

Sea State: 1

Payload Weight: 300 lbs

Distance Traveled: 51.4 km

Average Speed:7.8 km/h

Battery Remaining: 2%

Time to grid recharge: 12 hr 49mins

Time to Solar Recharge: ---

Grid Recharge: 23.10 kWh

Solar recharge: --- kWh

Cost to Recharge ($0.12/kWh): $2.77


Maintenance Log:

All systems good.

Mission Notes:

Some position data lost due to maximum track waypoint limit exceeded. Reset at noon.  All motor and battery data intact throughout the entire route.

Cost Benefit Analysis:

Cost of electric twin 20 HP materials with Solar Panels in 2023:  $67,119.26 CAD
Cost of gasoline twin 20HP materials in 2023:    $7,147.53 CAD


Total distance travelled so far in this trial in km

kWh recharged solar:  kwh x $0 / kWh
kWh recharged from grid: kWh x 12.0¢/kWh

Total cost of recharge so far.
Estimated cost to travel that same distance using gasoline, gasoline @ $1.87/L

Greenhouse Gas Emissions Saved in Kilograms.
Gasoline Saved in Litres. 





29 kWh

kWh 163


270.4 kg

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