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UW students compete to make hydrogen cars, other renewable projects

Madison, Wis. University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering students have accepted a challenge: the Future Energy Challenge. A team of 30 engineering students and three professors are developing vehicles and engines that operate on clean and renewable energy, taking their inventions to competitions around the country.

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Bohn said that the team designed the inverter with a goal of using it in Third World countries. Since these areas have a shortage of reliable power, Bohn says it is important to "make it more realistic" for them to have renewable energy sources.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Les Chappell 04/04/05


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