Scheduled for Saturday, November 7 at the Homer A. Maxey International Trade Resource Center, Blue Planet Foundation’s inaugural Student Energy Summit provides a forum for Hawaii’s middle and high school students to learn about the state’s current and future energy landscape. With a strong experiential-based learning component, the day-long conference includes learning workshops, innovation contest presentations, and a student program launch.
Oceanit’s Raviraj Pare and Sumil Thapa will put the students’ problem-solving skills into action with a design thinking challenge at the event. The challenge is aimed at encouraging critical thinking through a variety of lenses, including an understanding of economic and policy dynamics, as well as technological and engineering considerations.
Oceanit is proud to be a part of this summit aimed at inspiring a growing group of clean energy leaders who share a common passion for eliminating Hawaii’s dependency on fossil fuels. Our innovations support efforts in the areas of alternative energy and energy reduction to provide smarter, greener technologies for energy efficiency.
Click here for more information about this exciting opportunity for student to apply their existing science, technology, engineering, and math knowledge to real-world challenges and explore innovative ideas to address them.