Solar Impulse 2: Aiming for a Clean Future

Piloted by project chairman Bertrand Piccard and co-founder CEO Andre Borschberg Solar Impulse Si2 completed its 62 hour long around 4000 km journey on April 23, 2016 without any fuel, powered just by solar panels. Si2 began its journey on April 21, 2016 from Kalaeloa, Hawaii and finally ended it by landing at Monfett Airfield, in the Silicon Valley of California.

There was a nine month break before Solar Impulse could resume its flight, when the planes batteries were damaged because ...

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Solar Ride – Bengaluru Offsets Pollution by Introducing ElecRic to its Streets

Problem

The world is grappling with a situation where our natural resources are diminishing far more quickly than they can be replaced. The number of vehicles used throughout the world has increased to extraordinary numbers. Many people own more than one vehicle now and every vehicle needs fuel to run on. This brings us to the point that our fuel resources are fairly limited.

While they may not be on the verge of ending immediately, over a period of time we may ...

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