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- Ameren educational resources
Ameren, an electrical utility in Illinois and Missouri, USA, offers resources to local schools.
- DIY Exercise Bike Generator
Describes a project to make a generator out of an exercise bike. Includes circuit to regulate voltage. Elsewhere on this site a project for making a hand-powered generator.
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- Pedal Power Generators
Pedal Power Generators offers free plans, and materials for sale, to build an electric generator from a bicycle on a stand.
- Power Systems Engineering Research Center
At U. Wisconsin, collaborating with other universities to study future electric energy systems. Reports on outages, electric system reliability, the grid, economics of future electric systems, etc.
- PVCDROM--Online Intro Course for understanding PV
An online course with flash-based animations and interactive calculators, with chapters on insolation; semiconductors; design, construction, and testing of cells, modules, and arrays. Currently (2009) in English and Russian.
- Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
The Sacramento Municipal Utility Districty offers educational programs in Sacramento County, including competitions, curriculum, and training.
- The Green Revolution power-gen exercise equipment
The Green Revolution provides gyms with power-generating exercise equipment.
- Think Green from Waste Management
Information about Waste Management (a major US company for waste and recycling), landfill gas, waste-to-energy, and recycling