World Solar Challenge
A Dutch startup is making some highly optimistic claims about the range it might be able to regain from solar panels on its roof and hood.
Student Solar-Car Developers: What Motivates Them?
Stanford students discuss competing in the World Solar Challenge.Stephen Edelstein
World Solar Challenge Concludes As Teams Cover 1,800 Miles On Sun Power (Video)
The 2015 World Solar Challenge recently concluded in Australia.Stephen Edelstein
Entrant In World Solar Car Challenge Is 'Family Sedan,' Sort Of
We're always interested in following the progress of competitors in the World Solar Challenge--a solar-powered race across Australia--but as our readers regularly point out, not immediately useful for the average electric car buyer on the street. Solar Team Eindhoven, from the Eindhoven University...Antony Ingram
Luminos Solar Electric Car For Australian Race Cruises At 55 MPH
The latest United States entry into October's World Solar Challenge in Australia has been unveiled by a team at Stanford University. First held in 1987, the World Solar Challenge is a biennial event covering more than 1,800 miles through Australia's barren Outback, teams mixing speed with...Antony Ingram
University Of Michigan Solar Car Takes Sun Power To New Extremes
If you want to know why road-going electric vehicles aren't powered by solar panels mounted on the roof, here's your answer. Technically it's feasible, but you'd have to do without amenities, comfort, performance, or indeed a vehicle which doesn't look like an asymmetric air hockey table. The air...Antony Ingram
The World Solar Challenge pits the cutting edge of aerodynamics and solar power systems against the great outback of the land down under.