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Shell Eco-marathon challenges student teams from around the world to design, build and test ultra energy-efficient vehicles. With annual events first in the Americas, then Europe and Asia, the winners are the teams that go the furthest using the least amount of energy. The events spark debate about the future of mobility and inspire young engineers to push the boundaries of fuel efficiency.
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13 Apr 2015
Team recovers from on-track crash for 3,421 miles per gallon win on day’s final run in Detroit
01 Mar 2015
Students from Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa have conquered the streets of Luneta Park, Manila to set five new mileage records at Shell Eco-marathon Asia.
28 Feb 2015
Futuristic and fuel-efficient cars have started running along the Luneta Park street circuit in Manila today, marking the start of competition at Shell Eco-marathon Asia 2015. These vehicles were designed and built by students from 17 countries across Asia Pacific, Middle East and Australia.
27 Feb 2015
Students From Asia, Middle East And Australia Take On Fuel Efficiency Challenge
26 Feb 2015
Shell today gathered experts on resilience and smart cities to inform and inspire some 300 regional delegates at the second Powering Progress Together Forum in Manila. Themed “Resilience in an Urbanising World”, the session was moderated by international broadcast journalist Maryam Nemazee and was held against the backdrop of the annual Shell Eco-marathon Asia student mileage competition.