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Fun with Energy by Jeff Boyer Productions
http://jeffboyer.com/fun-with-energy/
Jeff Boyer produces an exciting, interactive stage show about energy as a way to explain interactions. Jeff is based in the Northeast US.
Eversource in-school programs for energy conservation
http://eversourceinschool.com/
Eversource, a publicly traded utility in New England, offers programs for K-12 schools that engage students in learning about energy conservation.
Junior Solar Sprint Northeast
http://www.nesea.org/k-12/juniorsolarsprint/
Up to 2011, The Northeast Solar Energy Association annually organized a championship race for shoebox-size solar cars built by teams of middle-school students. The site also listed local races. The championship was usually accompanied by a fair on the Museum Quadrangle, featuring organizations concerned with sustainability.
Nebraska Public Power District Energy Education
http://www.nppd.com/EnergyEducation/
NPPD offers workshops and resources for Nebraska educators in their service areas.
Solar 1 Green Energy Arts and Education Center
http://solar1.org/
Solar 1 is a solar-powered "Green Energy, Arts, and Education Center" in New York City. Solar 1 offers outreach to schools, information, and services for arts outreach.
New York State Electric and Gas
http://edcatalog.nyseg.com/
NYSEG offers educational materials, created by contractors and used by several other utilities, in a catalog that helps you find the appropriate materials for specific grades.
Energy Net (Illinois)
http://www.energynet.net/
Energy auditing curriculum with online data-sharing. Some projects focus on community partnerships.
Earthways Center, Missouri Botanical Garden
http://www.earthwayscenter.org/
The Earthways Center is a demonstration site for sustainable projects in science and technology. The Center hosts tours, workshops, and summer day-camps for students about sustainable topics. The Center also offers courses for St. Louis area students about energy and recycling.
JR.TECH Workshops + Mentoring
http://www.juniortech.org
Offers workshops to students in the Cape Cod area of Massachusetts. 2007 workshops include KidWInd and Renewable Energy workshops.
Watt Watchers of Texas
http://wattwatchers.org/
Watt Watchers of Texas is a free, state sponsored program to help schools save energy and money by getting students involved. Students patrol their school looking for empty classrooms with the lights on. They turn out the lights and leave a ticket for the teacher.
Madison (WI) Gas And Electric
http://www.mge.com/about/community/schools/
Madison Gas and Electric put solar panels on all high schools in their service area. You can read raw data from the past few years about each site's power output and sunlight; graphs are available for every day and every month of service.
Energy Education | OH Office of Energy Efficiency
http://www.odod.state.oh.us/cdd/oee/energy_education.htm
Ohio's state-sponsored energy education.
MAEE-- Alternative Energy Education in MS
http://www.msenergy.ms/studentschools.html
Links to schools with special programs addressing alternative energy in Mississippi.
Chewonki Foundation
http://www.chewonki.org/
Click on the Environmental Education link to see the efforts of this multifaceted organization. Chewonki hosts workshops for educators, such as KidWind, and for consumers.
Rhode Island Solar Schools
http://www.nesea.org/RISchools/
Links to information about several schools in Rhode Island with solar applications.
Youth Clean Energy patch program
http://www.nesea.org/education/ycleanenergy
Kids can show proof of their environmental action by wearing the Clean Green Power Champion patch which they earn for interviewing someone in solar, wind, or other clean energy field, and following up with their own project to spread the word about what they've learned. Special patch for Girl Scouts --patches FREE to Massachusetts youth; $5. to others. Download the web-linked resource guide full of activities, project ideas, and even a clean energy story for the youngest patch seekers.
Solar Schoolhouse
http://www.solarschoolhouse.org/ssh.html
California-based workshops on renewable energy.
Wisconsin K-12 Energy Ed (KEEP)
http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr/wcee/keep
Wisconson teachers have one of the best statewide networks for increasing the quality and quantity of energy education K-12. Courses in Electrathon...
NYSEG: Energy Education Mini-Grants
http://www.nyseg.com/nysegweb/webcontent.nsf/Community/EdProgramsMiniGrant
NYSEG serves Central New York State, and offers grants up to $750 to help teach about energy.
Cape Light Compact's Energy Ed Page
http://www.capelightcompact.org/doc.ccml?18
Center for Environmental Technology
http://www.cetonline.org/Schools/for_your_school.htm
Western MA. CET studies renewable energy and other environmental issues. They offer a curriculum on mercury, the element. Mercury is the one big problem with fluorescent lamps. They also help with Junior Solar Sprint in Western MA.
eesmarts An Energy Efficiency Learning Initiative
http://www.eesmarts.com/ct/index.asp
Connecticut Teachers: free grade-specific curricula (currently 1-7), workshops including standards correlations, and field trips to the two Smart Living Centers in Orange and Newington.
Energy Quest - Energy Education from the Cali...
http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/index.html
Online activities for youth in an interactive presentation.
Northfield Pumped Storage Facility- Northeast Utilities
http://www.nu.com/northfield/default.asp
Northeast Utilities operates this site and runs many environmental education activities on site. Click on "Newsletters" for more info.
Solar Now, Inc.
http://www.solarnow.org/
This site at Beverly High School in Beverly, MA offers tours of its solar and wind plant.
SOL Patrol
http://www.seedsofsolidarity.org/patrol.html
A solar and biodiesel-powered van that can be presented at events and schools.
Tennessee Department of Economic & Community ...
http://www.state.tn.us/ecd/energy_teen.htm
SolarSchools Program (Michigan)
http://www.glrea.org/education/solarschools.html
H2Help.org - Hydrogen Energy Learning Program
http://h2help.org/
NYSDEC Environmental Education Summer Camps
http://www.dec.state.ny.us/website/education/edcamps.html
Camps for young New York State residents focusing on natural resource awareness.