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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 Summary of NMSEA Solar Energy Curricula/Projects

K-12 resources on solar energy for students and teachers.

http://www.nmsea.org/Curriculum/Listing.htm
View Resource SunChaser Educational Program

Originally conceived as a van full of solar educational activities and displays but later implemented for practical reasons as a trailer full of solar educational activities and displays, the...

http://www.nmsea.org/SunChaser2/SunChaser2.htm
View Resource Alliance for Energy Kids' Page

It doesn't matter how young or old you are - if you can read this, you can help your parents reduce home energy use and therefore reduce their energy bills. Why should you care? It leaves more money...

http://www.eia.doe.gov/kids/
View Resource Green Schools

Energy costs are an enormous expense for our nation's schools. To help free up more resources for education while strengthening academic learning, the Alliance's Green Schools Program engages...

http://ase.org/programs/green-schools-program
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