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Solar Team Eindhoven The Netherlands Presents: The Solar Car

by: Pham Eindhoven
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Solar Team Eindhoven is ready for this year’s challenge: prove that cars can be a part of the solution in the energy transition, instead of being the problem. Solar Team Eindhoven’s first family solar car named Stella, which was built in 2013, proved that solar cars can be fossil fuel independent. This year the team expands their vision to take on mobility as a whole.

TU Eindhoven Solar Team's Stella

They have committed themselves to prove that cars can be more than just a means of transportation. This has resulted in a design for a new solar car that takes another step in energy-efficient mobility and moves towards a future where life is powered by the sun.

Since last September, the 26 students have been working full time on the design of the fourth solar-powered family car of Solar Team Eindhoven. The team is continuously working on the challenges they encounter; challenges caused both by striving for their own goal to develop innovative features and the new regulations imposed by the Cruiser Class of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. The Challenge will cover the same distance, but instead of permission to charge every night, the participants may only charge at two stops. This means that the solar-powered family cars have to be able to cover a distance of 1200 km on a single charge. Also, the practicality score will determine half of the final score of the competing teams. Both these changes in the regulations and the new concept for the solar car make it an exciting and promising year for the team.

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Photo by: Solar team Eindhoven

The team’s vision and the requirements have resulted in a final design, which made them ready for production! Solar Team Eindhoven started their production on the 1st of March at their new production location at the Brainport Industries Campus (BIC). The BIC is a brand-new community where innovative high-tech companies and organizations join forces, which makes it a unique collaboration. For the first time since the foundation of Solar Team Eindhoven in 2012, the solar car will be produced entirely in Eindhoven, opening up many opportunities for the team.

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On the fourth of July 2019, Solar Team Eindhoven will present their new solar car to the public. But before we get there, there is still much to do. Unexpected challenges await the team, which they are motivated to overcome to achieve their set goals. In the coming months, they will work hard on presenting an innovative solution for the energy transition and defending their world title in Australia. To make this possible, the team is looking for sponsors and has started a crowdfunding campaign. For the same amount of money you spend on refueling your car once, you could contribute to a future where you’d never have to.

Solar Team TU Eindhoven Wins World Solar Challenge For The Fourth Time In A Row

20-10-2019

Adelaide, October 20, 2019 – Solar Team Eindhoven from the Eindhoven University of Technology has won the first prize in the Cruiser Class of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC) for the fourth time in a row. We completed the more than 3,000-kilometer drive from Darwin to Adelaide with the highest efficiency score of all teams. Also on the assessment of the solar car by a professional jury, yesterday, we scored 93.1 points.

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This makes us the consecutive winner of all editions of the Cruiser Class since it was founded in 2013. The class was introduced in 2013 to bridge the gap between the well-known World Solar Challenge and the use of cars in daily life. The new class was meant to close that gap and the innovations from the World Solar Challenge really find their way into the automotive sector. In the Cruiser Class not necessarily the fastest car wins, but the one that excels in efficiency, comfort, design and innovations.

Solar Car Eindhoven, Road

Solar Car: Highest score for efficiency and innovation

We achieved a total score of 103.9 points, of which 111.7 points for efficiency and 93.1 for comfort and innovations. After we crossed the finish line on Friday at 11.30 a.m. (local time), we presented the practical utility, comfort and technical innovations on Saturday to a jury among which were Tesla and Lightyear. The practicality is particularly important because it weighs equally heavy as the efficiency score. With unique features such as autonomously chasing the sun and the sharing of solar energy with other electric cars, Solar Team Eindhoven with their four-person solar car, Stella Era, achieved great success.

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