Georgia Hutchinson, a grade 8 student from Woodside Elementary School, in Woodside, California, USA, has earned great admiration for her inventive talents. Georgia learned that it is the angle at which the sun’s rays meet the surface of the solar panel, which determines how much energy the panel can produce. She then learned that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has a mathematical equation, which determines the position of the sun in the sky. Georgia wrote a computer program, which drives the motors, ensuring that the panels are always perpendicular to the sun. Her solar panels can generate twice more energy than fixed panels.