Solar Impulse, the first airplane capable of flying day and night using only solar energy, made its debut in the United States in May of this year. It crossed America, starting on the West Coast in California and ending on the East Coast in New York. It stopped in Phoenix, Dallas, St. Louis and Washington, D.C. along the way. The ultimate goal for Solar Impulse is to fly around the world powered by solar energy.
Schindler, a main partner of Solar Impulse, has engineers embedded in the most innovative clean-mobility project existing today. Schindler engineers have access to technology capable of harnessing the sustainable energies needed to wean the world off fossil fuels.