CVE North America Sponsors Robotics Contest at Fayetteville-Manlius High School 

 CVE TEAM Members AT Fayetteville-Manlius High School on April 29th

CVE North America is thrilled to announce its recent sponsorship of the Robotics Contest held at Fayetteville-Manlius High School on Saturday, April 29th. Organized by the Central New York Robotics and Science Foundation, together with the local team FTC Team 4957, the event took place just down the road from one of our solar sites, which consists of three solar projects totaling 15MW. 

Our Contribution

We are proud to have contributed $2,500 to this exciting event that showcased the creativity, innovation, and teamwork of the participating students. The tournament featured a sumo bot event, a maze event, and the main attraction – the Balloon Battlebot Bash. Robotics teams from all over the Central New York area competed, including the talented teams from Fayetteville-Manlius High School. 

In addition to providing financial support, CVE North America was present at the event to engage with the participants and attendees. We handed out the “CVE Pick for Most Creative Robot” award to our team of choice, recognizing their outstanding effort and ingenuity in robot design. 

To further inspire and educate the young attendees, we set up an informational workshop where participants could learn about the solar industry. Our presentation detailed how solar power works and the different career opportunities available in the rapidly growing renewable energy sector. We believe in empowering the next generation of innovators, encouraging them to pursue careers in STEM, and helping them understand the crucial role that renewable energy plays in building a sustainable future. 

Continued Outreach 

CVE North America is committed to investing in local communities and fostering STEM education initiatives. Our involvement in the Fayetteville-Manlius High School Robotics Contest is a testament to our dedication to the local communities we serve and our mission to spread the greatness of solar. 

We extend our congratulations to all the participants and winners of the Robotics Contest, and we look forward to continuing our support for educational initiatives that encourage creativity, innovation, and sustainability. 

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