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Swagelok Nederland supports GreenTeam Twente: The AURORA One H2 Race Car
Green Team Twente presented April 24 2018, their first view of The Aurora One: The Race car build with a hydrogen system. The team is almost ready to join the Shell Eco Marathon on July 5-8, 2018 in London. Shell Eco-marathon challenges student teams around the world to design, build, test and drive ultra-energy-efficient vehicles.
Swagelok is proud to support them in building this H2-system and wish them success in further preparations and testing for winning this race.
More information can be found here.
Watch this video to see and hear about this challenging project.
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|On February 13 Rens Horst and Gerco Gerritsen from the Technische University Twente visited Swagelok Nederland. Rens and Gerco are part of the Hydrogen sub-team of the Green Team Twente.
They participated in the Swagelok Essentials Tube Fitting Installation training. The training was focused on the Swagelok tubing and fittings that will be used in the new designed hydrogen system. With these Swagelok products a safe and reliable hydrogen system can be build in the new Hydrogen car. The Green Team Twente challenge this year is to join the Shell Eco-Marathon.
The Shell Eco-Marathon will take place on the fifth till eight of July this year. During several attempts over three days, the Green Team Twente will strive to race better than ever before. Together with the 200 best student teams in Europe, it will compete for the title of the most fuel-efficient vehicle. Each team should finish the track in a defined time and the fuel consumed will be measured. Every year Green Team Twente is able to battle in the upper class of the Urban-Concept hydrogen class. This year’s challenge is to peer with the 2012 and 2017 results and come in first again.