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CleanMobility is the collective name for the energy efficient vehicles developed by students of the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam.
CleanMobility is the collective name for the energy efficient vehicles developed by students of the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam.
CleanMobility is the collective name for the energy efficient vehicles developed by students of the University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam.

Every new academic year the CleanMobility teams are composed of a new group of second year students from the Engineering program. As a part of their curriculum the students spent a year further developing the vehicles of their predecessors. At the end of each college year they compete in international competitions which all focus on being as energy efficient as possible.

hydrogen car

H2A

solar boat

SOLAR

headwind car

SPIRIT

electric vehicle

EVA

Each academic year the CleanMobility teams are comprised of a new group of second year students from the Engineering program. As a part of their curriculum the students spent a year further developing the vehicles of their predecessors.

At the end of each college year they compete in international competitions which all focus on being as energy efficient as possible.

hydrogen car

H2A

solar boat

SOLAR

headwind car

SPIRIT

electric vehicle

EVA

Each academic year the CleanMobility teams are comprised of a new group of second year students from the Engineering program. As a part of their curriculum the students spent a year further developing the vehicles of their predecessors.

At the end of each college year they compete in international competitions which all focus on being as energy efficient as possible.

hydrogen car

H2A

solar boat

SOLAR

headwind car

SPIRIT

electric vehicle

EVA

CleanMobility

In October 2008 a small group of students drom the Engineering, Design & Innovation course proposed building a headwind car to participate in an early iteration of the the Racing Aeolus event. The course administration thought this to be a great challenge which stroked with the learning goals of the students and thus signed off on it. The initiative of these students has led to what we now know as CleanMobility adding a hydrogen car, solar boat and electric vehicle along the way.

Each year our goal with CleanMobility is to guide our second and third year students developing into the best engineers they can possibly be. By creating an environment within which they can observe, analyse, design, build but also make mistakes, we aim to use the playful setting to build up their knowledge, confidence and design skills as aspiring future engineers.

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The ever increasing number of students that have been part of CleanMobility
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The number of first place finishes by CleanMobility since 2008
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The number of Whatsapp messages send regarding CleanMobility

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CleanMobility 2017

Meet this year’s men and women who will be spending their days and nights further developing both the vehicles as well as themselves.

Meet The Team