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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We look back on a special year in which students from Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) came up with the most innovative solutions to social problems.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 car suffered considerable damage during its journey from the Netherlands to Australia. Along the way, one of the wooden beams of the […]
The tenth solar car built by a TU Delft students team – called the NunaX – wants to use the wind as well as the […]
“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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The temperature can rise to 50 degrees Celsius in a tiny cockpit. Who’d do such a thing voluntarily, one would think. But the TopDutch Solar […]
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 […]
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 […]
Twelve hundred kilometers is the distance solar vehicles in the Cruiser class of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge must be able to cover in one […]
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 […]
When two groups of students at the same university – TU Eindhoven – independently think about sustainable mobility concepts of the future, two different concepts emerge: the […]
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 […]