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Hydrogen Student Design Contest: A Green Building with Hydrogen

Suggested by Sai Chandra ShekarHydrogen Student Design Contest

Hydrogen Student Design Contest

Organized By: The Hydrogen Education Foundation

Key Dates:
Deadline for submitting the designs: December 19, 2008

The Hydrogen Education Foundation’s Hydrogen Design Contest challenges teams of university-level students from around the world to develop and design hydrogen applications for real-world use.

Teams are challenged to design an energy efficient building that utilizes hydrogen produced from renewable sources for its as much of its energy needs as feasible. Although your design should aim to address the needs of SUNY-Farmingdale, a great design will have key elements that are applicable to other buildings around the world. The hydrogen technologies and systems you select for your project plan must be commercially available and possible to implement for practical, real-world use by June 2009.

Students and Faculty can register their Team here.

Download the Rules and Guidelines here.

For more details
Contact: info@hydrogencontest.org
Homepage: http://www.hydrogencontest.org/index.asp

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