Martin Vosseler

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Martin Vosseler is a co-founder of the organisation Physicians for Social Responsibility, who has been a renewable energy advocate since 1981. After giving up his medical practice in 1995, he began working full-time to raise awareness of the benefits of renewable energy use, by travelling around the world. From 16 October 2006 to 8 May 2007 Dr Vosseler and his crew made history by completing the first trans-atlantic crossing in a motorized boat, using solar power only. Dr Vosseler has received a special prize from Eurosolar.[1][2]

Website of Dr. Martin Vosseler

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  1. ^ Special prize for extraordinary individual commitment
  2. ^ A Solar-Powered Pilgrim