Solar Team Eindhoven is changing course. Following the solar-powered family car, this year the team is working on another type of vehicle.
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Solar Team Eindhoven has had a completely new solar panel flown in for the solar car that they are using in the Bridgestone World Solar […]
Solar Team Eindhoven ‘s first few meters with ‘Stella X’ – and off to the World Solar Challenge 2019.
(This article was also published on Cursor.) Thie coming weeks, Solar Team Eindhoven hopes to pull off its first few meters with the fourth and […]
Place in the sun: Solar Team Eindhoven starts production of its fourth vehicle, and this time it will happen entirely in the Brainport region
Solar Team Eindhoven has kicked off the production process for the fourth edition in its series of solar-powered family vehicles. A notable change since the […]
Solar Team Eindhoven, last year’s world champions for solar cars in the Cruiser Class, hasn’t succeeded in prolonging this title on a European level with […]
After winning the World Solar Challenge in Australia, it’s time for the Eindhoven Solar Team to participate in another race. During the weekend from 21 […]
With a total score of 100 out of 100 points, Solar Team Eindhoven became a World Champion for the third time in a row. The team […]
Day 3 of the World Solar Challenge is over and Solar Team Eindhoven continues to be the leader in the Cruiser Challenge for three days […]
Driving 3000 kilometers through the Australian desert in a car solely powered by sunlight – this is what Solar Team Eindhoven is setting forth in less than three […]
NXP and Solar Team Eindhoven (known from the Stella and Stella Lux) have won an Automotive Innovation Award (AIA). Solar Team received an Encouragement Award, NXP […]
The adventure with the Stella solar car may get a commercial sequel. Builders of the Stella and Stella Lux, the Solar Team Eindhoven, are considering […]
After Delft, Twente and Eindhoven, Groningen will be the fourth Dutch student team to participate in World Solar Challenge
Student teams from the technical universities of Delft, Twente and Eindhoven have been participating – with great success – in the biennial World Solar Challenge […]
Former TU/e student Henk Arntz has found a solution that allows solar power plants to produce power profitably on a much smaller scale.
"The city has the impact of a metropolis but the appearance of a provincial town. That has consequences for attracting talent"
The Polar team from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands, led by polar explorer Ewout Hulscher, aims to conduct emission-free and waste-free research on Antarctica.
For the past three years, Tessie Hartjes has been writing about how the Dutch start-up Lightyear has evolved from a student team to one of the most promising Dutch start-ups. This is her last column.
A fresh cup of coffee while camping in the wild? No problem! Power outlets are no longer needed if you have a solar car. The Solar Team Eindhoven demonstrated that today.
Do your solar panels still generate as much energy as they did in the beginning? Probably not. Pollution and degradation of the material reduce the […]
Dutch start-up Lightyear from Helmond has once more pulled off a coup. Today it was announced that the company that emerged from Solar Team Eindhoven […]
Last night, hopefully while you were still fast asleep, the sun was already blazing in Darwin, Australia. At half past eight in the morning local […]