University of Cambridge issues request for proposals for renewable energy projects

The University of Cambridge Judge Business School has issued a request for proposals for renewable energy projects for their students to work on under the establishment’s Management of Technology and Innovation (MoTI) Project.

The MoTI Project enables groups of University of Cambridge MPhil students to offer their services to companies operating in a technological field and comprises teams of between four and six students working as a team of consultants to a company developing a new product or expanding into a new market.

Companies can benefit from a team of students who will work on a part-time basis on the project before giving a presentation. Renewable energy developers could make use of MPhil Engineering for Sustainable Development students. There is no fee for the work, however clients are expected to meet associated expenses.

Projects will take place between 13 January 2016 and 4 March 2016 prior to presentations held between 7 March and 18 March 2016.

The deadline for proposal submissions is 12 November 2015, and additional details can be found on the MoTI Projects page here. Full project details and proposals forms can also be provided by contacting Juliet.wilson@jbs.cam.ac.uk.