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The World Solar Challenge 2011
Chapter 3

Interview Vol. 1 - Sadaji Tsuge, Panasonic HIT Solar Cell Expert

Sep 09, 2011

Panasonic is supporting the Tokai University team's participation in the 2011 World Solar Challenge to be held from October 16-23, 2011.
We are going to report by video continuously every week on Tokai University's race towards the finish line. Stay tuned!

Today we introduce you a new report video toward the World Solar Challenge 2011. That is the Chapter3, Interview Vol.1. A fully enthusiasm engineer, Sadaji Tsuge, a Hit Solar Cell Expert in Panasonic Group, talks about its cell customized for Tokai University Challenger 2. He is a man who devoted 24 years of his life to solar cells!

  • Chapter 3: Interview Vol. 1 | Panasonic Takes on the 2011 World Solar Challenge

Panasonic is supporting the Tokai University team's participation in the 2011 World Solar Challenge to be held from October 16-23, 2011. It is one of the largest solar-powered car races in the world and Panasonic will be supporting Tokai University by equipping the Tokai Challenger 2 with Panasonic's HIT(R) solar cells which feature the world's highest energy conversation efficiency and also its high capacity lithium ion batteries. Equipped, the car challenge against 40+ teams to race across the outback of Australia from Darwin to Adelaide for over 3000 kilometers in this challenge. In the end who will win this quest for glory?

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