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View Resource Sock It to Car Exhaust

This activity allows students to identify common sources of air pollution. Students will be introduced to pollutants that are produced by motor vehicles and learn how those pollutants damage the...
View Resource Utilizing Photovoltaic Cells and Systems

These nine projects allow students to set up their own investigations and manipulate the variables that influence photovoltaic cells. The projects can be easily integrated into a normal science...
View Resource Solar Instructor Training Network (IREC)

Established by the U.S. Department of Energy, the Solar Instructor Training Network (SITN) is filling a critical need for accessible, high quality, market-valued training in solar system design,...
View Resource NEED Project: We Put Energy Into Education

The mission of the NEED Project is to promote an energy conscious and educated society by creating effective networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders to design and...
View Resource Energy from the Sun: Elementary Solar Energy Teacher Guide

Hands-on exploration that introduces scientific concepts of solar energy to elementary students. NEED's hands-on solar kits help students learn more about solar energy and its applications. To...
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