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View Resource Renewable Energy Projects for the Classroom

This 72 page pdf from Illinois Valley Community College contains a variety of activities related to renewable energy. They were "developed by middle school through community college teachers enrolled in a course entitled Introduction to Renewable Energy Topics for Teachers." Activity levels range from middle school to community college and include Introduction to Renewable Energy, Alternative ...

View Resource Energy Sources & Systems: Fuel Cells

This PowerPoint presentation, from Dr. Darwin Boyd's Sustainable Energy I course at Kent State University, introduces college students to the history, chemistry, and use of fuel cells. The slides cover the five major types of fuel cells, polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM), alkaline (AFC), phosphoric acid (PAFC), molten carbonate (MCFC), and solid oxide (SOFC), as well as the advantages and ...

View Resource Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells

This lesson from The Lawrence Hall of Science was taught in spring 2012 and teaches students about nano and environmental technologies. Students will create "dye-sensitized solar cells (DSSC) using nano-crystalline titanium dioxide." This page includes links to the Source Articles for the Hands-on Module and Project Staff Write-ups of the Hands-on Module. Additionally, five documents provide...

View Resource The Energy Highway: Solutions Ahead

This alternative and renewable fuels focused module by General Motors and Weekly Reader was released to enhance grades 5-8 science, technology, geography, history, civics, and economics courses. Included are a teacher?s guide, booklet, classroom poster, and four classroom activities. Through the module, students will consider energy and environmental issues with non-renewable fuels, explore r...

View Resource Introduction to Alternative and Renewable Energy: Photovoltaics

This module is intended for use in a college-level introductory course in alternative and renewable energy. The document covers photovoltaics, including a review of energy in light, how solar cells work and types of solar cells. A number of useful graphics are included to enhance the materials. This module may be downloaded in PDF file format.

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