Competition is fierce as the best and the brightest students from across the country attempt to take classroom theory and define it into practical application. NECA/SDSU students had the opportunity to exchange ideas with seasoned professional Bob Riel, vice president and division manager of Dynaelectric.
The Green Energy Challenge is the only student design competition focusing on retrofitting existing structures to make them more energy efficient and incorporate renewable power. The students must work with a real "customer" in their community and offer practical solutions that address their energy conservation concerns.
SDSU Student Chapter GEC, Bob Riel, of SDSU J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering & Management.
The national competition will conclude with the top universities presenting their projects at the NECA National Convention in Washington. D.C. Go Aztecs!