Reviewers wanted for Efficiency Access Design Challenge

Engineers Without Borders UK runs a number of initiatives that seek to inspire the next generation to engage in solving tomorrow’s problems in an ethical, responsible and sustainable way. 

To provide sustainable energy for all, we urgently need to enhance the efficiency and affordability of high performing appliances. The Efficiency for Access Design Challenge invites teams of university students from all over the globe (to create affordable, high-performing off-grid appliances and enabling technologies. You can see a highlights video from last year here

They are looking for reviewers with off-grid, appliances, international development, and globally responsible engineering experience, particularly in:

  • Water Purification and Pumping
  • Sanitation
  • Information and Communications Technology

Key information

  • Students will submit a 4000 word report and three minute video
  • Endeavours will be made to match your experience with the most relevant submissions
  • Each review will take 1-2 hours to complete
  • To prepare you for your role as a reviewer there will be a reviewer briefing on 19th April
  • To apply simply follow the link below


Apply here!

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