In This Corner: the Stanford University Luminos Solar Racer

Stanford University unveiled its wing-shaped, 55 mph World Solar Challenge racer recently, fixing its sights squarely on the Eindhoven University’s four-passenger Stella and Cambridge University’s Resolution solar racers. “This year’s aim is to ‘break even’ on energy,” says Stanford team member Matthew Matera.

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The Solar-Powered Camry Fighting Family Sedan is Here (w/ video)

Imagine a solar-powered electric car with room for 4 (four) adults and their luggage that has a full-charge operating range of more than 300 miles that can re-charge itself in a parking space without the need for a charging station. It’s here – and it’s called the Stella!

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Talk About Showing Off – Students Display Successful Solar Car

One of the fun things at Tokyo’s annual Eco Products exhibition this weekend is a solar car – but not

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The Prettiest Solar Car in the World Comes From Bochum

Solar cars aren’t traditionally thought of as being pretty. The University of Bochum, however, put some thought into the aesthetics

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Japan’s Tokai University Wins Australian World Solar Challenge… Again

The Veolia World Solar Challenge in Australia came to an end on when Tokai University’s Tokai Challenger crossed the finish line in Adelaide. Despite a number of unexpected setbacks, the former champions claimed their second consecutive title.

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