Archer Technologies has been selected as a semi-finalist for the Ohio Clean Energy Challenge! Teams around the state submitted applications for this year’s competition on January 29th at Cleveland State University.
About Archer Technologies
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“Archer Technologies recognized for developing range extender technology for electric cars
The student team, Archer Technologies, is the brainchild of Ohio University junior Austin Stahl of the Honors Tutorial College (HTC). Stahl is majoring in journalism, and pursuing certificates in entrepreneurship and environmental studies. During summer break, Stahl developed an idea to use solar panels on electric cars as a way to extend range.
With his return to campus in the fall, he recruited team members from the Honors Tutorial College and his entrepreneurship class. The team includes Noah Rosenblatt, who brings finance, management, and strategic leadership expertise. Rosenblatt is an entrepreneurship major. Austin Way, an engineering physics major, provides engineering support. Other team members include Alex Harshaw (media arts and studies and entrepreneurship), and Joost Lighart (international business).”
Read more about Archer Technologies and the Ohio Clean Energy Challenge here.
More on the Challenge
NorTech will be introducing the Archer Technologies team to their mentors through the Ohio Mentorship Program where they will be matched with experienced entrepreneurs and technical experts who will work closely with teams to refine and strengthen their business plan and investor pitch.
Each student team will present their clean energy technologies at the Ohio Competition, where they will compete for the $10,000 state prize, and a chance to compete for $100,000 and other prizes at the regional and national competition.