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View Resource Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Wind Power

Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and it is also the element with the most energy per unit of weight! However, hydrogen gas does not exist naturally on earth?it is only found i...

http://learn.kidwind.org/sites/default/files/fuelcells.pdf
View Resource Wind Energy Math Calculations: Understanding Coefficient of Power (Cp) and Betz Limit

The coefficient of power of a wind turbine is a measurement of how efficiently the wind turbine converts the energy in the wind into electricity.

http://www.harnessnature.com/aaaPdfs/SUPPORT_Math_Coefficien...
View Resource KidWind Project

The KidWind Project is a team of teachers, engineers and scientists committed to innovative energy education. Our goal is to promote the elegance of wind power through affordable tools and training...

http://www.kidwind.org/
View Resource Measuring Power Output with a Multimeter

These small DC motors do not make much power. Especially because we do not spin them very fast. Unless you gear up these small motors or use a special type of circuit that doubles the voltage you...

http://learn.kidwind.org/sites/default/files/poweroutput.pdf
View Resource The NEED Songbook

Why Not Sing About Energy? The NEED Songbook provides the music and lyrics to many new energy songs and some old NEED favorites too.

http://www.need.org/needpdf/NEED%20Songbook.pdf
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