A bunch of college engineering students have built a robotic solar boat that departed Rhode Island this week, aiming for Spain.
Officials responsible for patrolling Australia’s Great Barrier Reef announce plans to do so making use of a solar powered catamaran.
Swiss-based initiatives are rocking solar transport: While Solar Impulse flies across the U.S., PlanetSolar crosses the Atlantic.
The world’s largest solar boat is now also the fastest.
If you’ve ever stared out your office window, wishing for a life less tethered, get ready to drool.
Having sailed around the world, the PlanetSolar catamaran, powered only by the sun, is on an Atlantic mission to do scientific research and collect floating plastic waste.
A solar powered robot sailboat will attempt to remain on the high seas for up to 100 hours without interruption, and without a single human on board.
A solar-equipped concept yacht aims at creating interior and exterior shelter areas that “suggest the possibility of relaxation.”
This Solar Cup will pit teens from all over Southern California in endurance and sprint battles in their solar-powered boats.
584 days and over 32,000 nautical miles later, the PlanetSolar boat Tûranor returns to Monaco after a global voyage powered entirely by solar energy.