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Geothermal Manufacturing Prize Awarding $1M to Innovators

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Communications Professional, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

My goal is to share information and opportunities with members related to the American-Made Challenges program, including the Solar Prize and Geothermal Manufacturing Prize, as well as the Solar...

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  • Feb 9, 2021

Only a week left to participate in the American-Made Geothermal Manufacturing Prize. If you have an innovative idea to improve geothermal through additive manufacturing, consider submitting it to the Geothermal Prize for a chance to win cash prizes and partner with world-class national laboratories to make it happen. Up to 10 semifinalists will split a $1 million cash prize for building a team and developing a design that addresses challenges fundamental to operating in harsh geothermal environments.

Don't wait--the Geothermal Prize is only open for another week. This challenge is open to anyone with a viable idea and design. Learn how you can compete and submit your idea by Feb. 17:


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