Solar Olympics is an annual, one-day renewable energy competition for participating SolarWise® schools, held at one of the University of Wisconsin campuses in Northeast Wisconsin. Throughout the fun-filled day, students participate in a variety of challenges, such as solar t-shirt design and the ever-popular solar car competition. Solar Olympics gives students the opportunity to learn about solar energy by direct, hands-on experience, and gain experience in project management and teamwork.
This year's 21st Solar Olympics is at the UW-Green Bay Kress Center in mid May.
View our photo galleries from the 2016 Solar Olympics, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh:
2016 Solar Olympics team photos
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Solar Olympics contact:
SolarWise for Schools Manager
Wisconsin Public Service
700 North Adams St.
Green Bay, WI 54307-9001