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Marine Energy Collegiate Competition News

Make Some Waves: Participate in the First-Ever Marine Energy Collegiate Competition
September 16, 2019
Are you an undergraduate or graduate student interested in the power needs of the blue economy or the potential of the ocean to provide this power? There’s an exciting, first-of-its-kind competition that will help you discover your role in the blue economy—and now is your chance to get in at the ground level. Applications are due October 18.

Marine Energy Collegiate Competition Empowers Students to Energize a Growing Blue Economy
August 15, 2019
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory, working on behalf of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office , announced the newest undergraduate and graduate-level student competition, the Marine Energy Collegiate Competition: Powering the Blue Economy. Teams will be able to submit their applications starting August 29; applications are due October 18.

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