The Sol Invictus partners play a vital role in supporting our endeavours to create ground-breaking alternative solutions for human transport. Whether it be financial, in-kind or in the form of professional assistance, any and all contributions are of paramount importance in helping our team achieve our ambitious goals. In return, we reciprocate the kindness of our sponsors through channels including publicity, merchandise and a range of other options.
If you are interested in becoming a partner, please download a copy of our sponsorship package (PDF, 3.7MB) or contact us for more information.
The ANU is a world-leading university located in the nation’s capital. With the university’s financial, logistical and academic support, the Sol Invictus team will pursue its goal of competing in the 2017 World Solar Challenge. In return, the team provides an enriching and engaging experience for the students, staff and alumni of the university.
Tindo Solar is a wholly Australian owned and operated company founded in 2011 which designs and manufactures technologically advanced solar panels. Thanks to a generous donation, they will be assisting Sol Invictus with the encapsulation of the solar panels on the EV.
With numerous years of experience over a wide range of establishments Topgun Catering was established to deliver a high quality boutique catering solution to the Canberra market. With a passion for food, we strive for flexibility of service and customer satisfaction.
CBR Innovation Network (CBRIN) supports and promotes innovation in Canberra. The organisation is uniquely placed to be at the forefront of innovation in Australia, given the high concentration of world class education and research institutions, both ACT Territory and Federal Government infrastructure and a capable populace.
Mission Critical Systems consults to industry to deliver practical, reliable power solutions that are dependable and cost effective.