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  • 1. SOLAR START
  • 2.
    • This contest is open to all schools of all levels around the world .
  • 3. The judging will be done in two categories : a. Each school is required to pay the entrance fee. b. K-12: $200 c. University: $500 d. Because of their size,universities will have the opportunity to win more panels.
  • 4.
    • School teams are required to have at least two students but may include faculty and/ or staff.
    • There is no limit on the number of participants .
  • 5. Each school must have a sponsor (either corporate or collegiate) that will help install the panels. Also each school must provide contact information for their sponsor.
  • 6. Each school should answer the following questions: a. Where specifically do you plan to install the panels you would win? Examples: a specific building, on all the street lights, stadium etc.. b. What size panels and how many will this require?
  • 7. Each school should answer the following questions: c. How much energy do you calculate saving with the panels? Provide current and projected rates with the panels implemented. d. How will the panels make a difference environmentally in your community?
  • 8.
    • The winners are required to provide:
    • a. proof that the cells have been installed within one month of receiving them.
    • b. data on energy saved one year from the installation of the cells.
  • 9. one idea, one panel, one start

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