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View Resource Renewable Energy: An Overview for Students

Renewable energy is the term used to describe energy that comes from sources whose supplies are regenerative or virtually inexhaustible. Among these sources are sunshine, wind, water, vegetation, and...

http://www.azsolarcenter.com/education/renewable011199.html
View Resource AZURE: AZ Utilities Renewable Energy Education for Students

AZURE is an education-outreach partnership between the Arizona Department of Commerce Energy Office and Arizona?s electric utility companies, designed to educate Arizonans about Renewable Energy r...

http://www.azureeducation.com/
View Resource Eco-Schools USA

Eco-Schools is an internationally acclaimed program that provides a framework to help educators integrate sustainable principles throughout their schools and curriculum.

http://www.nwf.org/ecoschools/
View Resource Teaching Guides

Multiple series of teaching guides on environmental topics.

http://www.pbs.org/safarchive/4_class/45_pguides.html
View Resource Photovoltaic Systems Resource Guide - for Teaching Photovoltaics (PV)

The Photovoltaic Systems Resource Guide is a valuable instructional tool designed for training in group settings. It provides an out-of-the-box approach designed for maximum flexibility. The...

http://www.licensedelectrician.com/Store/AT/Photovoltaic_Sys...
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