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 time, the starting shot sounded for the first solar...Read More
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Exactly two weeks before the start of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, Solar Team Eindhoven has received a replacement for its damaged solar panel on the back end of Stella Era. The Eindhoven...Read More
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 newest edition of their solar powered family car,...Read More
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 in Australia for many...Read More
Students at the Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e) are no longer sitting in the lecture halls as much as they used to. Education is focusing more and more on the practical side, which means on...Read More
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 Challenge in Australia. The Stella Era, as the car is called,...Read More
Solar Team Eindhoven’s car suffered considerable damage during its journey from the Netherlands to Australia. Along the way, one of the wooden beams of the transport box caused a hole in the...Read More
The tenth solar car built by a TU Delft students team – called the NunaX – wants to use the wind as well as the sun to race through Australia as fast as possible. The latest version of...Read More
“The Stella Era marks the beginning of a new era wherein the car no is no longer just focused only on itself,” is how Mick van der Spoel, project manager of the Solar Team Eindhoven,...Read More
Lessons learned: because of their experiences in the previous edition of the World Solar Challenge, the Delft, Eindhoven and Twente solar racing teams are sending their battery packs to Australia...Read More
The Lightyear One caught its first sunrays in the early hours of Tuesday morning. In a crowded theatre in Katwijk, the Netherlands, the first prototype of the Lightyear One was unveiled at sunrise....Read More
The prototype of Lightyear’s first long-range solar car will be unveiled in Katwijk on June 25th. The company says it is “the first concrete step towards Lightyear’s mission of making...Read More
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 project started seven years ago is that...Read More
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 their car Stella Vie. In a very...Read More
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 to 23 September, the TU team will take part in...Read More
The Future Starts Here The Solar Shirt, developed by Pauline van Dongen in collaboration with Holst Centre in 2015, has entered the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. ‘The Future Starts Here’...Read More
Solar cells, printed on a foil that’s potentially hundreds of meters long. Solliance, based at High Tech Campus Eindhoven, has succeeded in scaling up the production process of roll-to-roll...Read More
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 showed to the world that they had built “the best solar car in the...Read More
It hasn’t been without any trouble or hiccups, but this morning Stella Vie from Solar Team Eindhoven brilliantly finished in Adelaide. With such a strong competitive advantage over the competition that the victory cannot...Read More
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 in a row. Despite the clouds and the rain, Stella Vie arrived...Read More
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 days. The team which designed...Read More
Students at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) presented Stella Vie, a solar car for 5 occupants, this Wednesday. The team is looking to this car to secure its third world title at the World Solar Challenge in Australia...Read More
A car made from plant fibers? Ja, dat kan. Today as part of the Dutch Technology Week, a group of Dutch students at the Eindhoven University of Technology presented the result of months of hard...Read More
Recently the e52 High Tech Piek Awards were presented to nine people who made a significant contribution in the high tech arena (or from whom we expect great things in 2016). The award titles...Read More
As climate talks go on in Paris, Beijing issues its highest smog pollution alert for 2015. In Shanghai, campus resident NXP, together with Solar Team Eindhoven, TU/e and Tongji University are...Read More
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