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Talented Award: Bauhaus.SOLAR Award - Deadline: 30th June 2010

22.06.2010
The Bauhaus SOLAR Award is being awarded for the first time at the 3rd International Congress Bauhaus.SOLAR in Erfurt on 10th November 2010.

Der Bauhaus.SOLAR Award for young talent is being sponsored by SolarInput e.V., Solarvalley Mitteldeutschland e.V., the German Solar Industry Association and the European Photovoltaic Industry Association. The award is being advertised all over Europe and is geared towards students and young graduates.

It honours superb architecture and design projects from over the last two years which demonstrate innovative use of renewable energy and the award is endowed with 15,000 Euros. An international jury selected from architecture and industry assess the submitted works.

This award is surely an interesting challenge for you and your students. We are asking you to please disseminate the information about the award within your university.

Submission of competition entry (1st round) at the latest by 30th June 2010 (date of postmark):
SolarInput e.V.
Bauhaus.SOLAR Award
Konrad-Zuse-Straße 14
D-99099 Erfurt
You can find the full announcement here:
http://www.bauhaus-solar.com/_download/bhsuk_bauhaus.solar.award_2010.pdf

Ulf Pleines | Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Further information:
http://www.bauhaus-solar.de
http://www.bauhaus-solar.com/_download/bhsuk_bauhaus.solar.award_2010.pdf

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