The future of the automotive sector lies in the development and use of high-performance, energy-efficient chips that are also resistant to cyber disruption.
Solar cars are on the verge of a breakthrough. Such is the conclusion of a research report on solar energy in the automotive industry.
A €40 million investment should allow Lightyear's first solar car to be delivered by the end of this year.
The German solar car Sono is on course for launch in 2022. As of now, the cart can be ordered at a competitive price of 25,000 euros.
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.
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 […]
A little less than a month ago, the first prototype of the Lightyear One – the world’s first solar car – was unveiled in the […]
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 […]
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 […]