St. Luke’s Student Wins Energy Contest

St. Luke’s Student Wins Energy Contest

St. Luke’s School 10th grader Mary Zech recently won first place in the eleventh annual eesmarts student contest.

Mary’s project won the high school category, which asked students to design a community-based project to solve an energy-related issue in their city or town. Representatives from Eversource came to St. Luke’s School and presented Mary with her award.

Presented by Energize Connecticut in partnership with Eversource and the United Illuminating Company (UI), the eesmarts Student Contest invites Connecticut students in grades K-12 to create projects about energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainability.

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