Race for the sun: British team launch crowdfunding bid to develop solar racing car

BusinessGreen staff
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Solar Team Great Britain hopes to raise up to £26,000 to develop solar supercar to win the World Solar Challenge Race, held in Australia later this year

Solar racing enthusiasts have today launched a public bid for funding to help them develop the world's fastest solar-powered family car in time for a global competition in Australia later this year...

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