University students can register for the 2021 Case Competition until September 22nd. There is no entry fee. Students may form teams of 3-4 members on their own or universities may assist with putting teams together. Bachelor's and graduate degree students from any major and of any year are eligible to compete; however, each team must have at least two students pursuing a bachelor's degree.
The Case Competition will begin on October 12th. At that time, teams will receive case packets with the official prompt and mentor assignments. Students will virtually compete for cash prizes totaling $25,000. The competition will challenge students to think critically about how the world can transition to a sustainable, equitable energy future. Watch this trailer with highlights from last year’s competition.
The 2021 Case Competition is brought to you by Switch Energy Alliance with additional support from Chuck and Cathy Williamson and the Hildebrand Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering at UT Austin.
Interested in helping out? Become a judge or team mentor for the Case Competition! Sign up and we will be in contact.
For more information on the International Switch Energy Case Competition, visit switchon.org/case-competition.
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