Join university students from around the world by virutally competing in real-world energy challenges and developing potential solutions.
SEA will hold its Second Annual International Student Case Competition this fall. Dates will be announced on this page and through the SEA newsletter.
Interested in helping out? Become a judge or team mentor for the Case Competition! Sign up and we will be in contact.
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The International Switch Energy Case Competition will challenge and make you think critically about how the world can transition to a sustainable, equitable energy future.
Join university students from around the world as your team competes for cash prizes.
You do not need to have technical experience or knowledge. Instead, the Case Competition places a premium on multidisciplinary solutions.
The Case Competition is appropriate for students pursuing any academic discipline.
There is no entry fee. Students may form teams on their own or universities may assist with putting teams together.
SEA is assisting the Venezuelan American Petroleum Association with an energy case competition called Venezuela – Energy Solutions for the Future.
This competition was brought to you by Switch Energy Alliance and the Hildebrand Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin.
University students form teams of 3-4 members and submit a team registration online.
Teams that have registered receive the prompt and the case packet and begin creating PowerPoint and a 10-minute video presentations supporting their proposed solutions.
Teams then submit their PowerPoint and video presentations. A panel of judges review the presentations and pick the top teams to compete in the Finals.
The top teams virtually compete in the Finals via a live video conferencing format shown throughout the world.
The finalists are featured on SEA's website, newsletter and social media channels. The total prize money is split among the finalists.