Students Make Their Case at the NECA 2016 GEC
Three NECA Student Chapters presented their impressive proposals at the 2016 Green Energy Challenge on Friday as NECA 2016 Boston opened at the Boston Convention and Exposition Center.
Teams from the University of Toronto, the University of Washington and Iowa State University made presentations on projects focused on energy efficiency and savings to buildings for their respective clients. Each team developed a plan for a local elementary or secondary school:
- University of Toronto (working as Northern Lights Solutions) – University of Toronto Schools
- University of Washington (Cascadia Electric) – St. Joseph School
- Iowa State University (Cyclone Electric) – Edwards Elementary School
The jury for this year’s Challenge included a host of electrical contractors and industry partners.
After each presentation, which lasted about 15 minutes, the Student Chapters fielded questions from the jury. They jury held deliberations directly after the presentations, and a winner will be announced at the Opening General Session on Saturday.
Poster presentations were also displayed at the Challenge. They came from two of today’s finalists, Iowa State and the University of Toronto, as well as Kennesaw State University, Oregon State University, Penn State University, Ball State University, Purdue University and the Illinois Institute of Technology.