Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) and Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) partner with nine academic competitions throughout the school year each year as part of our Energy Day Academic Program (EDAP). One award recipient was high school senior Zury Cutler for his three-year-long science research program project was called “A Clear Path to a Brighter Future: Creation and Characterization of an Optically Transparent Hybrid Supercapacitor and Solar Concentrator.” He was awarded at the 2016 International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, and Environment Project (I-SWEEEP) competition here in Houston. Cutler has a patent pending on his technology. CEA, CEEF, and Energy Day are thrilled to be able to support problem-solvers like Cutler. Read more.
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