“We wanted to learn in the first cycle and, hopefully, we’ll expand it next time.” A special award was given to Team Luminaris of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines for having the most likes and shares on its project video on Twitter with 4,509 likes and 505 shares during the awards night.
The two runners up of the competition, which received P150,000 each to help continue developing their projects, were project “Tanglaw” created by Team Agilas from the ADMU and DLSU’s project “Flow E ” designed by Team Animo.
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At the end of the cycle, the machine also generates cleaner water.
(SSCFI) looked for when it launched the competition late last year.
The culmination night took place on February 2 at the Loft, Manansala, Rockwell in Makati City.
The project also aims to provide illumination to the local community and help children study at night.
Team Animo’s Flow E of the DLSU proposed the use of a microhydro-electric power plant with an aquaponics component.
With the support of First Gen Corp., Energy Development Corp.