Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER)
CUER is a 60 strong student organisation that designs, build and races solar powered vehicles. Since their founding in 2007, they have been the UK’s number one for solar vehicle development.
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CUER's aim is to win the 2013 World Solar Challenge, the world’s foremost solar endurance race, held in Australia. Their racing cars showcase cutting-edge sustainable engineering and demonstrate the incredible potential of electric vehicle technologies. By designing a car to run on solar power alone, they are driving the step changes in vehicle efficiency and new technologies for a low-carbon future.
Following the recent rule change for the World Solar Challenge in 2013, CUER has been developing a game-changing new concept. With a dedicated team and the experience gained building a prototype over the past year, they are on track to have a world leading solar vehicle for WSC13.
CUER's team mission is to inspire as well as innovate. This leads them to undertake many outreach programs, both nationally and internationally.
With the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge (BWSC) drawing closer, Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) has embarked on the first stage leading up to one of the greatest automotive challenges in the world.
31 August 2017Read in full
Leading solar car development in the UK, Cambridge University Eco Racing is attracting not only attention but also support from around the globe for their campaign to climb the global solar racing rankings.
28 November 2016Read in full
Stronger for its battle-scars, the Cambridge University Eco-Racing Team (CUER) is determined to show that innovation, backed by solid engineering, will give their new vehicle Evolution the edge at the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge 2015 from 18-25 October – a biennial endurance event across the harsh Australian outback.
14 July 2015Read in full
This week engineering recruitment specialist, Matchtech, announced the winner of its 2013 Engineering Showcase, awarding first place to the project submitted by the Cambridge University Eco Racing team.
18 July 2013Read in full