Nominate a Faculty Advisor or Alum for the Solar Decathlon Richard King Award by February 1!

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December 13, 2022


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Nominate a Faculty Advisor or Alum for the Solar Decathlon Richard King Award by February 1!

Has an influential U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon® Alum or Faculty Advisor made a positive impact on you, the program, or building a clean energy economy? Nominate them for the Richard King Award by February 1, 2023!

Awardees will be selected based on their contributions to the transition to a clean energy economy and demonstrated dedication to at least one edition of the Solar Decathlon.

The winners in each category—Faculty Advisor and Alum—will be recognized during the Solar Decathlon Competition Event, April 20-23, 2023, at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado (virtual participation options also available).

To nominate a colleague, please submit the electronic nomination form by 5 p.m. ET on February 1, 2023.

A photo from a past Solar Decathlon event, with a crowd of people holding a Solar Decathlon banner.The Richard King Award was created in 2017 when it was first presented to honor the competition’s founder, Richard King, at the Solar Decathlon hosted in Denver, Colorado. To learn about the 2022 award winners, visit the Solar Decathlon website.

Nominate an outstanding Solar Decathlon Alum or Faculty Advisor today!

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