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Communications Consultant; Producer, UNC Clean Tech Summit, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Industry communications strategist for cleantech, financial and sustainably focused companies. At UNC, I serve as a student advisor for the IE Cleantech Corner initiative at UNC-Chapel Hill and...

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This competition challenges students and faculty from accredited colleges and universities across the Southeastern United States to develop scalable solutions for dual-use solar farms that allow for the co-location of solar energy production and agriculture. Dual-use solar farms, or agrivoltaics, is an emerging technology that can help in the following ways:

• Reduce competition for land
• Provide climate-smart solutions to improving land productivity
• Improve crop water-use efficiency, profitability, and economic resilience of agriculture.

Strata is offering an award of up to $25k for final-stage solutions and technologies that have achieved proof of concept. Submissions will be accepted ONLY between October 17, 2022 at 12PM EST & February 21, 2023 at 4PM EST. Winners will be announced at the 2023 UNC Clean Tech Summit in March 2023.

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