• Electric Racing Team from Georgia Tech Wins International Competition

    For the second year in a row, HyTech Racing has brought the first-place trophy from Formula Hybrid back to Georgia Tech. The team outperformed its previous record, running in the Acceleration and Autocross events for the first time at this competition and placing first in the Autocross event with a 44.092 second run. With their 368 lb vehicle, the lightest at the competition, HyTech was the only team to finish the 44 km Endurance course this year, beating the University of Vermont’s previous 01:25:15 record with a 01:15:56 track time and becoming the second electric team to ever complete the 44 km Endurance course in Formula Hybrid history.


  • Georgia Tech Solar Decathlon Team Wins Prize

    A team from Georgia Tech’s School of Architecture, School of Building Construction, and School of Computational Science and Engineering won first place in the category for net-zero energy, urban single-family home at the 2019 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge, April 12-14 2019, held at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado.

    The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon is a collegiate competition that tasks student teams with designing and building highly efficient and innovative buildings powered by renewable energy. This year, the Department of Energy combined two student building design competitions to create the new Solar Decathlon competition.


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