Lockheed Martin and the Alliance to Save Energy have launched a competition for students and educators in Maryland to come up with ideas on how to be more energy efficient.
The PowerSavers Challenge will have middle and high school students design an energy savings plan with a video or pledge campaign, Lockheed Martin announced Friday.
Lockheed and the Alliance to Save Energy will pick five winning schools to receive $1,000 each.
The Alliance to Save Energy will also the schools with training and support and a tour of the USA Science and Engineering Festival on April 26 and April 27.
Lockheed will also display the winning videos at its Energy Solutions Center in Crystal City, Va.
Interested schools have until April 15 to submit their entries.