Inventors Digest is hosting the national 2010 Collegiate Alt-Energy Challenge.
Who: All U.S. college and college-bound students are eligible.
What: 2010 Collegiate Alt-Energy Challenge – Saving Our World One Kilowatt at a Time. The contest will award cash and other prizes for the most innovative low-cost, alternative energy-related technology, product, solution or service.
Why: A quarter of the world’s population lives without any form of electricity. Lack of access to electricity or power contributes to poverty, malnutrition, disease and death. It’s a vicious cycle, and one that can be alleviated through innovation and creative use of low-cost technology.
When: Contest launches March 26, 2010
Where: Exploratorium | The museum of science, art and human perception at the Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
How: Students will submit videos – 2-minute “elevator pitches” – through our Web 2.0 platform at EdisonNation.com, ensuring IP protection and preserving potential licensing opportunities. (Winners will be announced during National Inventors Month in August 2010. Winners must agree to have their videos posted on InventorsDigest.com.)
Colleges, sign up to get your 10 free posters now! Simply provide your contact information and shipping address here. We’ll do the rest. That’s it – no cost to you. This offer is only for colleges and universities.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact Inventors Digest Editor Mike Drummond at 704.405.0712 or e-mail email@example.com.