High school and community college students will display their sustainable ideas and business plans at Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center’s first annual Renewable Energy and Technology Science Fair (RE-Fair). Students will share their ideas with community members and judges, and will have the chance to win cash prizes.
Projects will be divided into two categories, renewable energy and sustainability. Community members representing entrepreneurship, energy and business will serve as judges.
The RE-Fair will be held Monday, May 23 at the MAREC, 200 Viridian Drive, Muskegon. Judging will take place in the morning; the event will be open to the public from 1 to 3 p.m.
Kirk Wyers, director of Career and Technical Education in Newaygo County, will be speaking from noon to 1 p.m. about SERGIL (Students Effectively Reducing Glass In Landfills), a program developed by students.