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Unified Solar

Takes home 2014 NSTAR MIT Clean Energy Grand Prize

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Unified Solar

Takes home 2014 DOE EERE Grand Prize

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Thermovolt Solar

Wins 2014 GE Ventures Renewable Energy Track

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ULink

Takes home 2014 GDF Suez Infrastructure and Resources Track prize

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MF Fire

With the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center's Alicia Barton

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Teams submit their clean energy idea/technology into one of three categories. Over the course of two months, teams will be judged and mentored by a set of industry professionals. The track entry price sums to $1,000. Each category will have one winner ($35,000), and one team will win the MIT Eversource Clean Energy Grand Prize ($200,000) and the MIT DOE EERE Prize ($75,000).

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Teams must be comprised of at least two individuals, and half of the team must be enrolled as students at a U.S. university. Teams that have secured more than $100,000 in capital before entering are ineligible to compete.

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Student teams are encouraged to explore U.S. university and National Lab energy technologies as the basis for their business plans.

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