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EcoRunner

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EcoRunner

For years the Eco-Runner participated in the Shell Eco-marathon Prototype class competition where the goal is to cover a certain distance with the least amount of hydrogen. This year, the team has decided to compete in a more challenging competition; the Urban Concept class. This challenge offers us the opportunity to design and build an efficient hydrogen powered vehicle that is closer in appearance to modern city cars: a step closer to a future with sustainable mobility. We will take on this challenge with a team consisting of 24 students from the Delft University of Technology.

Next to the challenge of building an efficient hydrogen powered city car we, from the Eco-Runner Team Delft, also aim to speed up the energy transition. We put a lot of effort in spreading information regarding green hydrogen. By participating in the Shell Eco-marathon competition with a sustainable vehicle we aim to fulfill our vision: “Promoting a sustainable future by building the world’s most efficient hydrogen powered city car.”

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  • Silverwing

    Silverwing Silverwing is een D:Dreamteam van de TU Delft dat mee doet aan de door Boeing gesponsorde GoFly challenge. Zo hebben zowel de conceptuele ontwerpfase als de gedetailleerde design fase gewonnen en behoren nu tot de beste vijf teams wereldwijd. Het Stud Fonds heeft het team geholpen met de financiering van twee Emrax-motoren. Deze motoren worden gebruikt om de daadwerkelijke prestaties van de aandrijflijn te valideren en het uiteindelijke prototype mee te testen. Silverwing zal tot het einde van dit kalenderjaar het prototype verder ontwikkelen en testen om in het begin van 2020 naar de VS te vliegen en mee te doen aan de laatste ronde, de Fly-Off. We wensen Silverwing veel succes!

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  • EcoRunner

    For years the Eco-Runner participated in the Shell Eco-marathon Prototype class competition where the goal is to cover a certain distance with the least amount of hydrogen. This year, the team has decided to compete in a more challenging competition; the Urban Concept class. This challenge offers us the opportunity to design and build an efficient hydrogen powered vehicle that is closer in appearance to modern city cars: a step closer to a future with sustainable mobility. We will take on this challenge with a team consisting of 24 students from the Delft University of Technology.

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