Power of One Solar Car Project...


To develop and build a solar car to set a world distance record


To fulfill a dream and inspire others to accomplish their dreams in a positive way to benefit mankind and the environment


To promote the use of clean and sustainable energy


News Updates

May 1-28, 2012

Pull for the Environment

28 days challenge. Change your routine, change the world.

We are pulling the world record breaking Xof1 Solar Car on a 475km (295miles) journey, zigzagging across communities between Toronto and Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. To inspired and challenge people to change something, anything, in their lives, for 28 days, to help the environment.

One person can change the world, you!

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People around the world will challenge themselves to find fun and creative ways to change daily habits to reduce their impact on the environment. What are you going to do for 28 days to help the environment

April 10, 2011

XOF1 Walk

After driving across most of Canada and the United States smashing the previous world record, already 36,200km (22,000 miles ) and counting. The XOF1 project will add another first to its impressive list of firsts and world records. The XOF1 solar car will be pulled by hand from Niagara Falls to Toronto to inspire ordinary citizens to do what they can to help preserve the planet and encourage governments to foster a mutually rewarding atmosphere for those who seek green prosperity and those in power who can make it happen. The future is bright as new decisions bring new possibilities. It only take one to change the word, YOU. Be inspired!

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April 10, 2010

Ice Road Challenge

Machine and human will be pushed to its limits. With no heating or any modifications made to the solar car. XOF1 and Marcelo will be driving from Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk - the longest ice road in the world.

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XOf1 became the first electric vehicle and first solar car to cross the longest ice road in the world.

On April 2010, Xof1 took on the greatest challenge on the planet for an electric vehicle "the longest Ice Road in the world" over the frozen Mackenzie River and Arctic ocean. Xof1 successfully crossed the ice road between Inuvik and Tuktoyaktuk then the team decided to cross the 190km (118 miles) ice road again pushing the limits of man and machine.

Electric vehicle greatest Challenge, Ice Road

2008 - 2009

XOF1 Arctic Challenge

XOf1 became the first electric vehicle and first solar car in the world to reach the Arctic.

It's journey to conquered the greatest challenge on the planet began on June 2008. Five weeks later it reached the Arctic. It was then driven around Alaska, the United States and crossed most of Canada reaching the Arctic for a second time in 2009. During its epic journey, XOF1 endured the wettest summer of the past 30 years in the Arctic, the worst snow storm of the past 45 years in Olympia, WA, the worst sand storm of the year southern California and many other challenges. Xof1 broke world records and set many world firsts.

Solar car greatest Challenge, the Arctic

July 16, 2010

Shoreline SolarFest 2010 - Seattle, WA

“Solar Goes a Long Way”- The Power of One Solar Car Project

May 20, 2010

ASES National Solar Conference in Phoenix, Arizona

GM, Nissan, Tesla and XOF1 to present at the emerging Transportation Forum

March 02, 2010

Presentation at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

Hollywood Theater - For healthy reasons the presentation is not open to the public

August 18, 2009

Youth Conference on Climate Change

Youth Conference on Climate Change

August 5, 2009

Inuvik, NorthWest Territories

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Media Coverage

May 23, 2012

Ontario Morning
by CBC Radio

May 23, 2012

TV Record News - Special (Portuguese)
by TV Record Brazil

May 22, 2012

Marcelo da Luz tows solar car to make a change
by EcoFriend

May 21, 2012

Sunny reception for solar car in city
by Brockville Recorder and Times

May 17, 2012

Solar powered car shines in Port Hope
by Northumberland News - The Independent

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