Published on: 19-Mar-2018
More than 120 student teams from 18 countries across the Asia-Pacific and the Middle East put their self-built energy-efficient cars to the test at In Shell’s latest Eco-marathon Asia last week. NTU’s 3D-printed car won the UrbanConcept Hydrogen category, Temasek Polytechnic’s TP Eco Flash claimed first spot in the Prototype Hydrogen category and Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s H2GO won the Most Innovative Hydrogen Newcomer Award. The competition saw the largest Singapore contingent ever, with 10 futuristic cars from seven tertiary institutions competing to be the most energy-efficient in the region.
- The Straits Times, 17 March 2018, page D27
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