Students with their Project

Meet Frances LeDuke, Team Manager of Hydrogen Bond from Warren Tech High School, Colorado, USA. This Shell Eco-marathon team first competed in 2018 and this year, they're back on track to test the boundaries of their Hydrogen-powered Prototype vehicle.

This young group of determined students believe in the power of future engineers to make an impact and by competing in Shell Eco-marathon, they want to raise awareness on Hydrogen fuel cell technology. Despite this year’s team being new to engineering, they were able to work on their car while picking up new skills about mechanical, electrical and sustainable engineering.

In this video, Frances introduces her team and explains how Hydrogen fuel cells work. At just 18 years old, she talks passionately about how her team and Shell Eco-marathon competitors are part of a generation who are willing to make an impact towards a better, more sustainable future for everyone.

Watch the video to find out more.

Meet Frances from Hydrogen Bond

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