The Go Green in the City Hall of Fame
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Lee Man Ki and Jin Deng Keith Chan from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China - Hong Kong SAR, became the winners of Go Green in the City 2014 with their idea of a mobile application that could monitor, analyze, and manage energy consumption activities.
Go Green in the City is a lifetime experience, which has taken us from developing the idea within a team to improving it with our mentor and to presenting it to the judges at Schneider Electric. It is amazing how many people can participate in the competition and receive resources from Schneider Electric to help them move forward with their ideas.
Lee Man Ki and Jin Deng Keith Chan
Alyssa Vintola and Lorenz Payonga from Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines were the winners of the Go Green in the City 2013 Challenge with their project the Oscillohump.
Go Green in the City is an avenue for young minds to share innovative solutions to the energy dilemma, to learn about different cultures and to explore the cities where the competitions are held, like Jakarta and Paris. Through the mentoring phase of the challenge, Schneider Electric also provides training and an opportunity for collaboration. If you are looking for that opportunity to share your ideas, learn through experience and expand your global network, Go Green in the City is perfect for you.
Alyssa Vintola and Lorenz Payonga
Igor Soares from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais and Marcellye Miranda from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Brazil, were the Go Green in the City 2012 winners. Their Green Light Concept proposed an integrated blend of 7 systems that would save both energy and water. Igor and Marcellye travelled to the USA and Russia as part of their winner’s trip.
Get to know people around the world and exchange experiences and knowledge.
Igor Soares and Marcellye Miranda
Suma Elengikal and María Consuelo Palacios Lafuente (Bonn University, Germany) were winners of Go Green in the City 2011 for their proposal The Green University.
Schneider Electric is a dynamic company with a significant young population. What has been encouraging is their commitment to hire young people, especially women. The opportunity to work for a company that is working towards a sustainable future is what attracts us most to Schneider Electric.
Suma Elengikal and María Consuelo Palacios Lafuente