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Press play on #solar in MN! Take part in the #Solar Video Contest by Nov 1 to win $1,000, with public voting Nov 2-8 and prizes at @mn_seia conference Nov 13. Learn more & submit at http://contests.mncerts.org #EnergyAwarenessMonth #videocontest
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Press play on #solar in MN! Take part in the Solar Video Contest by Nov 1 to win $1,000, with public voting Nov 2-8 and prizes at MnSEIA Conference Nov 13. Learn more & submit at http://contests.mncerts.org #EnergyAwarenessMonth #videocontest https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOHaAfuPuXI
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Take part in the Solar Video Contest to tell Minnesotans why we live in a great state for solar energy!
How does the contest work? Submit up to 3 videos by Nov. 1 and vote for your faves Nov. 2-8 at http://contests.mncerts.org. Videos with the most public votes win: $1,000 for 1st, $300 for 2nd, and $200 for 3rd. Winners announced Nov. 13 at MnSEIA Conference.
Learn more, submit videos, and vote at http://contests.mncerts.org
What could people learn through these videos?
- Minnesota has good solar resources
- Solar is part of our energy future
- Solar supports the economy and jobs
- Solar is secure and independent
- Solar tech is ready for prime time
- Solar energy is cost competitive
- Broad deployment is possible
- Everyone can have access to solar
Looking for inspiration? Here are some ideas…
- Original song or music video
- Story about local solar project
- Time lapse video of an installation
- Anything else you can dream up!
Who is behind the Solar Video Contest?
- The Clean Energy Resource Teams—or CERTs—are a statewide partnership with a shared mission to connect individuals and their communities to the resources they need to identify and implement community-based clean energy projects.
- The Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association (MnSEIA) represents and serves Minnesota energy professionals and solar energy users, with a membership comprised of over 100 organizations involved in photovoltaic and solar thermal energy.