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The World Solar Challenge 2011
Chapter 4

Interview Vol. 2 - Prof. Hideki Kimura, Master of the Solar Car World

Sep 16, 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!

We are delighted to introduce the new weekly video report from the World Solar Challenge 2011 to all of you. Chapter 4 shows the interview of Professor of TOKAI UNIVERSITY, Hideki Kimura who is a master of the Solar Car World. This interview was recorded at his Labo. He talks what is difficult to be a champion of the WSC in Australia, why he chose the Panasonic Solar Cell for TOKAI Challenger in this video.

  • Chapter 4: Interview Vol. 2 - Prof. Hideki Kimura, Master of the Solar Car World

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?

(by Satoe)

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