Kenyan students win prize for innovation to tackle climate change

Students from Strathmore University beat teams from around the world to win bronze in the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge.

Delivered by Efficiency for Access, with the support of Engineers Without Borders UK, the Challenge is a global, multi-disciplinary competition that empowers teams of university students to help accelerate clean energy access.?It is supported by UK aid and the IKEA Foundation.

The Efficiency for Access Design Challenge invited teams of university students to design affordable and energy-efficient appliances and technologies for low to middle income countries. By bringing together and inspiring university students in this way, the Efficiency for Access Design Challenge’s goal was to foster innovation in the off-grid appliances sector.

The competition also sought to address barriers limiting market expansion in this area.

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