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Hej alla HUST älskare!

Nu rullar projektet in i en skinande andra fas med nya möjligheter och spännande saker vid horisonten. HUST vill börja med att tacka alla våra samarbetspartners för Ert lysande och mycket värdefulla samarbete, HUST hade inte varit det de är idag utan Er!

Men nu vill HUST rulla ännu längre fram! För att göra det här möjligt behöver HUST allas hjälp ännu en gång! Har du en slant undanstoppad så är HUST evigt tacksamma om ni kan tänka er att dela denna med oss.

OBS! HUST är en ideell organisation som ej tar ut någon form av vinst.

Swishnummer: 123 21 89 322, HALMSTAD UNIVERSITY SOLAR TEAM

Building the frame with straws!

Our engineering team has started building on the frame of our future solarcar. JU Solar Team influenced us into using straws to create a simple version of the frame that enables us to  start thinking about where to place all the components.


Hallandsposten visiting HUST

A couple of weeks ago Hallandsposten visited us at Halmstad University to take a look at, and write about our Project.

The article has now been published in the papers and is available to be read online


HUST -  Exam Week

The projectmembers have just recently finished a tough week of exams in engineering mechanics and maths (statistics and differential equations).

We look forward to continuing our work with HUST, and we've got a lot of plans to make the project move forward from here on.


HUST at 


Arbetsmarknadsdagen, AMD is an exhibition at Halmstad University that offers exciting lectures as well as the chance to connect with both global companies and students..

AMD was a great way for HUST to display our project and we managed to

establish valuable contacts with potential partners.

despite the fact that we had some issues with getting our marketing materials in the last minutes we're delighted with the results.


HUST Halmstad University Solar Team

We are excited to announce our participation in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge!

The Bridgestone World Solar Challenge is the world’s biggest solar-powered car race. It started in 1987 and takes place every other year. In the competition, teams of students from universities all over the world are going to drive 3022 kilometers from the north to the south of Australia – from Darwin to Adelaide.