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Power of Wind contest reveals “a high awareness” among students

October 30, 2014 | By Anthony Capkun

October 30, 2014 – Several young Canadian adults were honoured as winners in the Canadian Wind Energy Association’s (CanWEA) 3rd annual Power of Wind contest. This year (2014), students were invited to submit multimedia and written entries on why they believe wind energy is important to Canada’s energy future.

“The submissions revealed a high awareness among students of wind energy’s role in powering new economic and environmental opportunities, and the ways that Canada can demonstrate global leadership in the development of renewable energy,” said CanWEA president, Robert Hornung, of the over 200 multimedia entries.

Congratulations to the following:

1. Audrey Cheung, University of Calgary (Best English-language blog)
2. Pierre-Luc Blain, University of British Columbia (Best French-language blog)
3. Maya Olechnowicz, University of Western Ontario (Best multimedia entry)
4. Long Ting (Tina) Chan, University of Waterloo (Most creative submission)


CLICK HERE to check out the winning blogs. (Photos courtesy CanWEA)

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