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View Resource FUEL CELLS 2000: The Online Fuel Cells Information Resource

Increasingly more literature has been printed about the fuel cell powered vehicles, their advantages and future applications but little accompanying information has been offered about what it is, how...

http://inventors.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http:...
View Resource Solar Cars - Solar Energy and Photovoltics

An article giving details of solar energy with links to much more information. The impetus for the development of solar energized automobiles was mobilized during the 1990?s when regulations...

http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blsolarcar.htm
View Resource Economic feasibility of converting cow manure to electricity: A case study of the CVPS Cow Power program in Vermont

A case study of the Central Vermont Public Service Corporation (CVPS) Cow Power program examines the economic feasibility for dairy farms to convert cow manure into electricity via anaerobic methane...

http://www.agweb.com/assets/1/6/feasability-study-digesters....
View Resource Agricultural Energy Curriculum (agenergy)

Agricultural Energy teaching materials for instructors. Focused on harvesting energy from farms while considering cost and efficiency. Suited for high school and higher education…and completely free.

http://agenergyia.org/modules/
View Resource Where does your energy come from? Analyzing your energy bill

Armed with utility bills (or conversations with relatives) and information from utility and government websites, students trace the sources of their electricity, heating and cooling, and other...

http://climate.gov/teaching/resources/where-does-your-energy...
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