ITS (UK) accepts essays for student awards 

Participants should consider key challenges facing de-carbonisation
Air Quality & Weather Systems / September 2, 2021
By Ben Spencer
ITS (UK) decarbonisation  2021 awards students apprentices
The awards will be for the best essay of 1,500 words in apprentice and student categories (© Yari |

ITS (UK) is accepting essays on decarbonisation for the 2021 awards for students and apprentices until 18 October. 

ITS (UK) is encouraging participants to elaborate on various ITS solutions which will lead to accomplishing decarbonisation objectives and specifically on solutions that do not currently exist. 

The organisation is asking participants to consider the key challenges and barriers facing de-carbonisation and how ITS will play an integral part in realising de-carbonisation goals. 

It also wants to understand how applicants envisage the transport industry of the future if the potential solutions are successful. 

The awards will be for the best essay of 1,500 words in both the apprentice and undergraduate or MSc student categories. 

Students and apprentices who studied at any time during 2021 can submit essays based on existing course work, or written especially for the award. Marks will be awarded for technical understanding, innovative ideas and a holistic approach to transport technology.

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