Helukabel sponsors Solar Team Twente

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Helukabel sponsors Solar Team Twente

Solar Team Twente is a group of ambitious and innovative students from the University of Twente and the University of Applied Sciences Saxion. Since its founding in 2003, their goal has been to design and produce the most efficient solar-powered car, which will participate in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge: a grueling 3,000-kilometer race through the Australian outback.

From day one, Solar Team Twente has been driven by its core values: innovation, collaboration, and inspiration. They believe that by pushing the boundaries of possibilities, working as a team, and inspiring others to embrace sustainable technologies, it is possible to make a positive impact on the world.

Innovation is at the heart of everything Solar Team Twente does. Every two years, they design and produce a completely new solar car, incorporating the latest developments in solar energy, aerodynamics, and materials science. They are constantly testing and iterating on their designs to find new ways to improve efficiency and performance. They are always on the lookout for new ideas and inspiration from new team members and partners.

Collaboration is an essential ingredient for the success of Solar Team Twente. With twenty students from a variety of academic backgrounds working together on one project, teamwork is essential. From electronics and mechanics to marketing and communication, each team member has a crucial role to play. They also work closely with their partners, who support them with expertise in areas such as solar cells, batteries, and electronics.

In summary, Solar Team Twente does what they do to inspire others to embrace sustainable technologies and make a positive impact on the world: to inspire people today to contribute to the sustainability of tomorrow.

Helukabel supplies the cables for this solar car, including the H01N2-D, the H07V-K, and Lify. In addition, we also provided tools and cable accessories such as cable sleeves, crimping tools, and scissors. In the coming period, we will keep you updated on the development of the solar car and the race in Australia.

We will keep you updated the next months about the progress of this special project.

If you'd like to read more about Solar Team Twente, please visit their website.