Wetaskiwin resident and his Red Deer Polytechnic team nominated for prestigious award

While solar power has many benefits, one of its biggest issues remains that large panels can lose up to 50 per cent of their efficiency over time if not kept clean of dust and debris. Keeping the panels clean has been an ongoing issue for users and designers alike, and until now has proven to be either costly, manpower intensive or both. A now-graduated team from Red Deer Polytechnic appears to have created a cost-effective solution for the solar panel problem. The team, made up of former Red Deer Polytechnic students Carson West, Nathan Crombie and Wetaskiwin resident Kyle Victor, have been nominated for the prestigious Capstone Project of the Year Award for their design of a pneumatic air-cleaner.
Pipestone Flyer print edition

Former Lethbridge College students win Capstone Project of the Year Award

A group of Lethbridge College graduates have taken home the top prize for the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET): the Capstone Project of the Year Award.
CTV News Lethbridge

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