Calling All Photovoltaic Enthusiasts for the Middle & High School Competition
This year, the most important photovoltaic conference in North America is taking place online June 14-19. Instead of the usual poster presentation of the semester-long projects, Middle and High school students are invited to participate in two competitions to showcase their solar projects and ideas:
1) Solar Energy 90-second Video Pitch Competition
2) Solar Future Narratives, a storytelling competition
Awards will be available on both competitions for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. A selection of the submitted videos and narratives will be presented at a session during the online conference, during which winners will also be announced. This session of the conference will be free to the public. More information of date, time, and link to join forthcoming.
Click on each of the categories above to see more details of each competition, and direct all your questions to [email protected].
This year, the most important photovoltaic conference in North America is taking place online June 14-19. Middle and High school students are invited to participate by pitching their solar energy projects in a 90-second video. Share your idea of how solar energy can make our future more sustainable, how solar can improve your community, or demonstrate your photovoltaic engineering project. Record your pitch and submit by June 10th to be judged by world famous photovoltaic engineers. More information at https://www.ieee-pvsc.org/PVSC47/events-YouthScholars.php.
This year, the most important photovoltaic conference in North America is taking place online June 14-19. Middle and high school students are invited to participate by sharing their vision of what a future powered by solar energy might be like. Imagine a future where most of the energy we use is produced by the power of the sun. Create your own story that is rooted in the lives and the communities you care about. Consider the ways that human societies and energy systems are connected. How would a solar energy future affect your school, your neighborhood, your family and friends? How would global climate change be improved or worsened?
1st place competitors will receive $500, 2nd place $300 and 3rd place $200. There’s also an opportunity to win honorary mention.
What Should My Story Include? No idea is too small or too big. Tell the story that matters to you using words, images, music ... Below are some questions to consider: