The 2013 RACV Energy breakthrough saw the team consisting of Gerard Delarue and Emily Westmoreland take the challenge to yet again weigh every HPV to compete in the breakthrough. The idea was put to the table in 2013 in the hope that by weighing the vehicles, teams will obtaContinue Reading →
Final Results now available We’ve double and triple checked the scores and are pleased to announced that the final results for this year are now available from our 2013 Results page > There weren’t many major changes, but thank you to the small number of teachers who Continue Reading →
The Daily Wrap Emotions were running high on the final day of the 2013 RACV Energy Breakthrough. EBTV reporter, Jake Stevens, is once again running around to speak to some of the teams involved in the final 24 hours of the event. It seems once again the weekend has wiContinue Reading →
St Margaret’s and Berwick Grammar School and Kingswood College have finished tied in the 2013 RACV Energy Breakthrough 24-hour Human Powered Vehicle Open category. Berwick Grammar School Year 10 student, 16 year old Stefan Cotraneo said coming second last year made the teaContinue Reading →
Hands On LearningThe event’s focus on energy & innovation enables teachers to involve students in exciting, ‘hands on’ learning experiences throughout the year.
TeamworkThe objective of designing and constructing a machine encourages a team effort and provides rich material for an integrated curriculum approach.
Community + School: TogetherStudents, teachers, parents, local industry and other groups are encouraged to work together.
Any student. AnywherePrimary & secondary, male and female students from city and country are invited to take up the challenge.