In 2008, the EVX Team competed in Ford Global Technologies' Model T of the 21st Century design competition.
The Progressive Insurance Automotive X PRIZE was an international competition to build cars that achieve 100 MPGe.
The Tour de Sol was a green car competition organized by the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NSEA).
Philly Hybrid X (EVX Team) is a program of Project Based Learning, Inc. (PBLI), a 501 (c) (3) tax exempt, non-profit organization that supports projected-based educational programs within the school day, in summer programs, and after-school programs.
of the Workshop School is to unleash the creative and intellectual potential of young people to solve the world's toughest problems. Students at the Workshop develop academic skills by working on real world challenges.
The Workshop School
is a project-based School District of Phildelphia high school in West Philadelphia. Learning at the Workshop is rigorous, academic, and hands-on. All students receive their own laptop and work with new technology including 3D printers and laser cutters. Programs of study include Pre-Engineering, Automotive Technology, and Automotive Collision Repair. Projects prepare students to succeed in college, or for a career.
The EVX Team
is an after-school program at the Workshop School. Students and teachers work collaboratively to design and refine a variety of electric, hybrid, and alternative fuel vehicles.
Last year the EVX Team spent three days at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC. It was just us, the GT, and a couple hundd thousand science geeks. That’s where the IEEE interviewed Simon Hauger.
The EVX Team had an incredibly busy spring. In April we returned to Watkins Glen to compete in the Green Grand Prix, another great competition for the Team.