ETIM student provides market analysis for American-Made Solar Prize team

The American-Made Solar Prize is a $3 million prize competition that incentivizes innovators to discover, research, iterate and deliver new solar solutions to market. The Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon has recently been named a “connector” within the American-Made Network and is supporting several Carnegie Mellon faculty members in this competition, including a project from Chemical Engineering Professor B. Erik Ydstie about solar cell production.

A team of student research assistants have been working with Ydstie and ETIM student Anant Vikram Singh led the commercialization team in identifying financial advantages and competing technologies.

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