In the coming decades, our world will face some tough challenges. On my term abroad in Vietnam, I got up close and personal with the issues of CO2 emission and pollution. In Southeast Asia, motorbikes are a primary mode of transportation, and are becoming increasingly popular. Unfortunately, they’re also very loosely regulated, and emit a lot of pollution. Increasingly, electric vehicles are being touted as a solution for this problem. For people who live away from the main electricity grid, however, recharging electric bikes is difficult. For my senior project I designed a battery swap station that allows electric bike riders to quickly swap out depleted battery backs for fresh ones. This station can be powered using renewable energy sources, and can be left in the elements for a long time without human input. Using a thermally insulated enclosure and an active heating and cooling system, batteries are stored and charged at optimal temperatures. This device is easy for anyone to operate, and will function using any locally available renewable energy source. The device is lockable, and protect from battery theft.