Some of you missed the original news about the Care4it competition and have written asking for details.
Why? Improve electrical energy efficiency. A challenge for students up to 18 years old in schools around the world to submit a striking idea that will help [...]
If you were unable to make it all the way to Geneva for wattwatt’s event at LIFT08, the videos from this session and others are now available. You can see Andy [...]
wattwatt today announced a competition open to the world’s school children for an original way to economise, generate or use electrical energy differently. Whether it takes the form of a widget, a gadget, a campaign or whatever, classes have until next March to submit [...]
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