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By: Arthur Kambartsumjan (Solar Team Twente)
The Danish solar pioneer and adventurist Hans Tholstrup is the founder of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. Together with Larry Perkins he crossed Australia in 1982 from west to east with a self-made solar car called ‘The Quiet Achiever’. This was the inspiration to encourage others to find the limits of solar-powered transportation. And so since 1987 the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge takes place every other year. Nowadays the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is the greatest solar challenge, with more than 40 participants from all around the globe. There are for example several teams from Europe, America, Indonesia, Japan and Arabia.
The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge promotes sustainable transportation. Participating teams are challenged to design a car that drives 3000 kilometers, from North to South Australia, in a maximum of 6 days purely on solar energy. The race is all about being the first to cross the finish line, but having the fastest solar car is not a guarantee for victory. Having a strategy that takes weather, energy income and output, road conditions and traffic into account is of vital importance. By changing the regulations almost every edition, technological innovations are stimulated in the participating teams.
Solar Team Twente participated the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge for the first time in 2005. Since then, every two years new team members develop a total new solar car to join the race. This year the solar team consists of 20 students from Saxion and the University of Twente. In addition to the students, Solar Team Twente has a strong network of innovative partners, like Bronkhorst. Together we develop a solar car as fast and efficient as possible.