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FSEC to Host Student Fuel Cell Vehicle Competition.

University of Central Florida research institute the Florida Solar Energy Center (FSEC) will host on Saturday, May 7, the annual EnergyWhiz Olympics, a series of day-long activities dedicated to high school students with an interest in alternative fuels.

According to FSEC, the events include the High School Hydrogen Sprint, a program that challenges students to design, construct and race fuel cell vehicles. In addition to the hands-on portion of the competition, FSEC said teams are required to give a 10-minute presentation on some aspect of hydrogen research.

FSEC noted that the top eight teams from this month's Florida Middle School Science Bowl will also be invited to demonstrate their fuel cell vehicle models during the day's Hands-on Hydrogen Demonstration.

Contact: FSEC, phone 321-638-1015, website

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Publication:Fuel Cells Today
Date:Apr 25, 2005
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