The first Electric Marathon became the symbolic restoration of the traditions of Star Race rally Tallinn – Monte Carlo, that took place between 1930 and 1939. The idea of the modern marathon race for cars in public roads belongs to Prince Albert II of Monaco and Honorary Consul of Estonia Juri Tamm. As a result, the rally was reborn in new format and became the race for battery electric vehicles.
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The Tallsinki Monte-Carlo electric marathon beginning in Tallinn this fall is a good opportunity to promote green thinking!
The students of Tallinn University of Applied Sciences taking part in the electric car marathon rally.
H.S.H Prince Albert II of Monaco officially became ruler of Monaco in 2005. In 2006, he created the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which supports sustainable and ethical projects around the world.
Prince Albert remains committed to environmental policy domestically by favoring the development of public transport, ecological vehicles, renewable energies and high environmental quality buildings. His Foundation works closely with The Climate Group and he is the chair of the EV20 initiative, which promotes the use of electric vehicles.
“By saving the car industry, clean energies will save a part of our civilization” H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco