Osaka Sangyo University has also helped Trina to get better insight into the broadening sweep of solar energy applications in real life
The car is designed in a way that it will successfully compete in the 3000 km race from Darwin to Adelaide safely and without technical problems.
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Panasonic Corporation today announced a team from Tokai University in Japan won the Carrera Solar Atacama 2014, South America’s biggest solar car race,
The solar car project began in 1989 and is an entirely student-run, non-profit organization fueled by its members’ passion for environmentally sustainable technology. The team designs and builds solar powered cars to race in the 2000 mile long World Solar Challenge in the Australian Outback.