Showcasing our breakthrough technology to as many people as possible is incredibly important to us. We have been honoured to exhibit the car at some truly world renowned events.

This is it. Today we began the biggest challenge for any solar powered car. To drive 3000km across the outback entirely on the power of the sun against over 40 teams from around the world. An early start for the team – 4am – was not most welcome but the car & team arrived in
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DUEM Returns to the Goodwood Festival of Speed DUEM are delighted to announce that they will be exhibiting at the world-famous Goodwood Festival of Speed 2017 from 29th June – 2nd July. This is the world’s largest motoring event of its kind, bringing together world-leading manufacturers, celebrities and, of course, the famous hill climb to
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DUEM Exhibits DUSC2011 at the Discovery Museum Whilst the team was hard at work in Durham on upgrades to our latest solar car, DUSC, DUEM have been exhibiting their previous generation solar car, DUSC2011, to visitors at the Discovery Museum in the heart of Newcastle. The museum is a hotspot for school tours and visits,
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DUEM Test at Croft Circuit We are thrilled to be able to share with you some awesome footage from our recent test at Croft Circuit. The team have worked incredibly hard to deliver a testing program that puts us in the best possible position for when we race 3000km in the 2017 World Solar Challenge
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Durham University Electric Motorsport are proud to announce that they have been invited to exhibit at the United Nations Climate Conference, COP22, in Marrakesh, Morocco from 14-15th November. As the UK’s longest running solar car team, DUEM’s heritage of world-leading solar car design, manufacture and racing has been recognised in an unparalleled way and we
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Our Solar Car at the Science Museum We know our solar car has the power to inspire millions around the world. Having taken the car to numerous school around the UK in recent years, we wanted a central location to attract the public and, particularly, schoolkids from around the world to showcase our technology. We
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