University of California Riverside students have developed clean, renewable grid-independent energy for 1.6 billion people currently without the convenience of electricity as part of EPA’s P3 – People, Prosperity, and the Planet—Program, a competition for designing solutions for a sustainable future.
Through P3, they are getting quality hands-on experience that brings their classroom learning to life and may lead to real world applications. The UCR students have created a model that produces efficient, affordable, and sustainable energy. The bonus…..it releases zero emissions!
Want to learn about how their project works? Go to EPA’s YouTube Channel at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDtHCKCqoS8&feature=relmfu
Interested in the P3 program in your future? Go to http://www.epa.gov/p3/
Yvonne Gonzalez is a SCEP intern with the Air and Radiation Division in Region 5. She is currently pursuing a dual graduate degree at DePaul University.
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