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Maryland Wins Max Tech Contest

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As part of the Obama Administration’s commitment to supporting the next generation of scientists and engineers, the Department of Energy (DOE) announced that a University of Maryland team has won the department’s first Max Tech and Beyond Appliance Design competition.


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Sept. 4, 2012: DOE Student Competition Winner Designs 30 Percent More Efficient Wall-Mount A/C

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that a University of Maryland team has won its first Max Tech and Beyond Appliance Design Competition. After the students tested a fully functional prototype, they found their design reduced energy use by 30 percent compared with typical wall-mounted air conditioners on the market.


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