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View Resource Energy: Curriculum and Activities

For nearly 30 years, the Northwest has been a leader in treating energy efficiency and conservation as a power resource. The region learned fast that a megawatt saved is the equivalent of a megawatt...

http://www.bpa.gov/corporate/education/curriculum.cfm
View Resource Lineworker

Video and information on skills, education, average salary, and future of those working on power lines.

http://www.getintoenergy.com/careers_lineworker.php
View Resource Technician

Video and information on skills, education, average salary, and future of those working as technicians.

http://www.getintoenergy.com/careers_lineworker.php
View Resource Quantitative Modeling of Biofuels Life Cycles

This activity allows students to compare the net energy and/or net greenhouse gases (GHG) emitted during the life cycle production of ethanol from switchgrass, diverse prairie and corn stoves. Using...

https://www.glbrc.org/education/classroom-materials/quantita...
View Resource Life Cycle Assessment of Biofuels 101

When selecting alternative fuels, it is important to consider the relative advantages and disadvantages of each. This activity asks students to begin to consider the life cycle energy and carbon...

https://www.glbrc.org/education/classroom-materials/life-cyc...
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