Wind speed record attemp fails

British engineers Britons Dale Vince and Richard Jenkins have failed in their bid to set a new world speed record for a wind powered vehicle. The current record of 116 miles per hour remains as they were beaten by the weather. Rain and no wind were to blame as the climate change strikes again.

The pair are also working on a commericial wind powered vehicle as they believe the wind is the power of the future. Let us just hope that the wind is blowing when your sitting behind them at the traffic lights.

In the mean time wind continues to supply the power for the Earth Positive Factories producing t shirts and hoodies, all helping to reduce the carbon footprint.

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