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2013 Contest
Development of Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure in the Northeastern U.S.

Winners | Standings | The Challenge | Rules | Objectives | The Prize | Sponsors

Winners

Congratulations to Kyushu University, 2013 Grand Prize Winner!

Kyushu UniversityThe Grand Prize winning team from Kyushu University at the Advanced Clean Transportation Expo 2013 in Washington, D.C.

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Standings

University Award Score Design
Kyushu University Grand Prize
85%
6.1MB PDF
University of Birmingham Honorable Mention
85%
4.6MB PDF
Mingdao University Top Five Finisher
73%
1.7MB PDF
Missouri University of Science and Technology Top Five Finisher
72%
2.2MB PDF
UCT Bulgaria Top Five Finisher
71%
5.7MB PDF

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The Challenge

The challenge for student teams is to create a feasible plan for the implementation of a hydrogen infrastructure, using only commercially available technology, designed to facilitate fuel cell vehicle travel within and between major urban areas in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.

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Rules and Guidelines

The theme of the 2013 Contest was “Development of Hydrogen Fueling Infrastructure in the Northeastern U.S.” View the rules and guidelines >>

Prize

The winners won an expense paid trip to present their design at a session of the Alternative Clean Energy Expo 2013 in Washington D.C.

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Event Supporters and Sponsors

  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • National Renewable Energy Lab
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Toyota
  • Renewable Energy World
  • Fuel Cells 2000
  • International Association for Hydrogen Energy
  • Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
  • Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster

 

2013 Contest Sponsors
and Supporters

Department of Energy

National Renewable Energy Lab

Mercedes-Benz

Toyota

 

Renewable Energy World

Fuel Cells 2000

International Association for Hydrogen Energy

Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology

Northeast Electrochemical Energy Storage Cluster

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