The Solar Impulse adventure shows that change is possible. Let’s invent the future: be part of the clean generation!
Solar Impulse was not built to carry passengers, but to carry a message. It provides a powerful educational platform for schools and universities students. help us develop our student activities and bring Solar Impulse to kids and schools.
A brochure full of great cartoons that explains everything about this extraordinary project.
TED-Ed, the giant innovative educative platform that connects educators and students all around the world to share ideas and extend their knowledge, making it available online to millions of people has now edited a Solar Impulse lesson : How to fly around the world without fuel !
Take up fun and instructive challenges to learn more about the scientific challenges of the project! We’ve crafted those sheets
Maestro follows the Solar Impulse adventure with Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg as he did in « Once Upon a Time… The Explorers » with Christopher Columbus, Humboldt, Bougainville,..,and of course with Auguste Piccard!!! Discover the capsules below:
With the Google Hangouts, people of all ages across the globe can be partake in free live online video conferences with Solar Impulse Co-founders and Pilots often including special guests such as Solar Impulse Patrons, James Cameron and Erik Lindbergh, or world-renowned organizations and universities.
Join us to inspire children. Your donation will finance our educational activities: adopt a solar cell, get your official badge, a private visit of Si2, or become a “pioneer” of the project with you name on the aircraft.
Find your pilot jacket, polo, sweater, cap... for men, women, and kids. Dress like the pilots and the Solar Impulse team: choose your style now!
OFFICE OF THE CHAIRMAN AND THE CEO
Tel: +41 (0)58 219 24 10
Initiator, Chairman and Pilot
Dr. Bertrand Piccard
E-mail : Bertrand Piccard
Co-founder, CEO and Pilot
Email : Anne-Christine Perren
Tel international: +41 (0)58 219 24 60
Tel U.S: +1 347 650 2460
Requests from schools, universities and institutions
E-mail : Philippe Rathle