The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA)is issuing a reminder to school pupils not to miss out on the chance to win a prize for designing an energy saving product.
The BCIA’s Schoolz Out competition challenges school pupils to design an energy saving product or initiative for their school which uses an element of control to save energy, and the 31 August 2020 entry deadline is now looming.
Terry Sharp, BCIA President, said: “We have had some really good entries so far and I’m delighted to see how engaged and motivated young people are to improve the environment they are growing up in. You never know, some of the entrants might already be thinking about a career in building design – the judging panel has got a tough job ahead in deciding on the winning entries.”
The Schoolz Out competition is open to two age categories; age 10 and under, and age 11-16, with a prize to be awarded to the winner in each category.
Winning entries will be revealed on 17 September 2020.
Full details and an entry form are available at https://bcia.co.uk/awards/schoolz-out-2020/
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