Oerlikon solar, as well as the four are pioneering: the one in the field of environmentally sustainable thin-film silicon solar technology, the others in the field of CO2 free mobility of the future. The start of the race fell on the 16th August 2010 in Geneva at the headquarters of the United Nations and takes 80 days eastward through 16 countries and 150 cities such as Berlin, Munich, Moscow, Shanghai, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Cancun (World Climate Change Conference), Lisbon and Madrid, and ends on January 22, 2011 at the starting point of the race in Geneva. If you would like to know more then you should visit Mikkel Svane. Boblingen, Michelstadt, Mainz, Bonn, Dusseldorf, Tonnishauschen, Paderborn, Hannover, Magdeburg, Berlin, Jena, Zapfendorf and Landsberg are the stations in Germany. In Austria there are Salzburg, Linz, Melk and Vienna, where the Zerotracer is a go. of the Zerotracer with its aerodynamic and futuristic-looking form is car and motorbike in one. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Charles Koch has to say.

He offers space for two people and can keep up when accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h (4.5 seconds) with the fastest cars in the world. At an average speed of 80 km/h requires the Zerotracer 4 kW energy, with which he achieved a range of 450 km. The body weighs less than 80 kg and is made of Kevlar composite material, which is also in the formula 1. “” For more information, Swiss engineering excellence”for what is Oerlikon solar in addition to the idea zero emission” uses, is the Swiss engineering excellence “. Carry the Zerotracer returns back to Swiss engineering and to high-tech made in Switzerland”in the world. Oerlikon solar as main sponsor with helping the environmentally sustainable Swiss thin-film silicon technology significantly. As a technology partner, a torque drive system supplied Oerlikon Mechatronics custom-made transmission parts and Oerlikon Graziano. The electric motor and the gears come from Swiss technology company. We want to prove this commitment that a new mobility with solar energy not only possible, but already silicon technology is suitable for everyday use thanks to our thin film”, Hamilton summarises the objectives of the race.