Getting around the world without consuming a drop of fuel


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It started in April 2017 and is traveling around the world without consuming a drop of fuel, thanks to a mixed solar-hydrogen-Kite propulsion. The mission of the incredible Race for Water is to prove that it is possible to sail without traditional propulsion in addition to conducting a census of sea and ocean pollution.

Awareness courses are held at each stage to educate local people about proper environmental behavior. Race for Water is a “monster” propelled by two tons of lithium batteries, 500 square meters of solar panels with 38,000 photovoltaic cells, 500 square meters of kite-like sail rising to a height of 150 meters, 200 kilograms of hydrogen connected to an electric motor. For info:



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