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]

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