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View Resource Solar and Wind Technologies for Hydrogen Production: Report to Congress

This Department of Energy (DOE) report is in response to section 812(e) of the Energy Policy Act of 2005. It is a detailed summary of the technology roadmaps1 for solar- and wind-based...

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View Resource The Wind Business

It can take years to plan and engineer these state-of-the-art wind farms. It?s a problem-solving process that draws on an understanding of algebra, geometry, kinetic energy, electronics and just a...

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View Resource Powering the Planet

To consider the space solar power concept requires an understanding of science, technology, engineering, math, energy, policy, environmental factors, and more. Space solar power is an engineering...

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View Resource Solar Power: Photovoltaics

There are a number of methods of generating electricity from solar power. In this movie, engineers Beth Richards and Miguel Contreras demonstrate the most widely used method today, and break down the...

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View Resource A Wildlife Refuge

Near the Gulf Coast of Texas extends a 44,000-acre refuge full of alligators, armadillos, coyotes, and lots and lots of birds. Show your students the science and math wildlife biologists use to...

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