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View Resource Exploring Ways to Use Hydrogen

Hydrogen?a colorless and odorless gas?is the most abundant element in the universe. However, because it combines easily with other elements, it's rarely found by itself in nature. Hydrogen usu...

http://www.energysavers.gov/renewable_energy/hydrogen/index....
View Resource Technology Comparisons

Each technology has some inherent limitations or disadvantages that make it practical or economical for only a limited range of applications.

http://www.electricitystorage.org/site/technologies/technolo...
View Resource Campus Ecology

National Wildlife Federation has a 20-year history of working with colleges and universities through its Campus Ecology program to improve their overall green educational programming and onsite...

http://www.nwf.org/Global-Warming/Campus-Solutions.aspx
View Resource Exploring Ways to Use Hydropower

Flowing water creates energy that can be captured and turned into electricity. This is called hydropower or hydroelectric power.

http://www.energysavers.gov/renewable_energy/hydropower/inde...
View Resource The Future of Nuclear Power

We decided to study the future of nuclear power because we believe this technology, despite the challenges it faces, is an important option for the United States and the world to meet future energy...

http://web.mit.edu/nuclearpower/pdf/nuclearpower-summary.pdf
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