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College Students Go Head-to-Head as Innovative, Energy-Efficient Home Designs Compete in This Year’s Solar Decathlon
By Sentinel News Service
Published October 10, 2013

Decathlete Khalid Omokanye (left) and Tammy Tumbling (right), director of Philanthropy and Community Involvement for Southern California Edison, stand in front of Borealis, an energy-efficient house he helped create for the United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon competition in Irvine. Edison International, a sponsor of the event, supports education programs in science, technology, education and math (STEM). (Photo credit: Southern California Edison)

 

 

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