Energy Transition

This solar-powered motorhome was designed by students

Students from Eindhoven's Technical University set up Stella Vita vehicle, a solar-powered motorhome designed by Dutch students to inspire car makers and politicians to accelerate the transition toward more sustainable modes of transport, as it's is parked as part of a month-long voyage from the Netherlands to southern Spain in Madrid, Spain, October 8, 2021.

Students from Eindhoven's Technical University set up Stella Vita vehicle. Image: Reuters/ Sergio Perez

Nathan Allen
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