The third annual Switch International Energy Case Competition concluded Saturday, November 12th. The five finalist teams presented their solutions to the assigned global energy poverty challenges and answered questions from judges.
After the question and answer portion of the event, Switch Energy Alliance Case Competition Interns described their experience working with SEA to help design this year’s competition. SEA intern and 2021 Switch International Energy Case Competition winner Anurag Bhattacharya described the experience as, “An amazing journey and one that I will cherish for a long time to come.”
The final results of the 2022 Switch International Energy Case Competition are as follows:
1st Place and winning $10,000 USD: Nimbus 2.0-India
2nd Place and winning $7,000 USD: AFC Legends-Colombia
3rd Place and winning $5,000 USD: The Catalysts-India
4th Place and winning $2,000 USD: Polaris Consulting-United States
5th Place and winning $1,000 USD: Urja Vriddhi-India
Switch Energy Alliance would like to thank the sponsors, mentors and judges that made the 2022 Switch International Energy Case Competition possible. We applaud all of the teams for their excellent work. Everyone at SEA is excited about the continued success of this competition and we look forward to the 2023 competition next fall.
You can watch the final round of the 2022 Switch International Energy Case Competition in full here.
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