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Eversource Free In School Educational Programs

Alyssa Laurencio, Friday March 25, 2016

Northeast utility Eversource is offering educators unique and inspiring experiential programs on energy conservation....Read the full story

Investigative Books On Climate And Energy For The Classroom

Erin Twamley, Wednesday February 17, 2016

Are you looking for ways to integrate energy and climate change in your classroom? Why not use real scientific studies and hands-on activities to explore the science concepts? Two new books written at the middle school level, Climate Change: Discover How It Impacts Spaceship Earth, and Renewable Energy: Discover the Fuel of the Future, will take your classes on investigative journeys of climate and energy....Read the full story

Innovative Students Win Awards For Renewable Power Systems Engineering

Interstate Renewable Energy Council, Wednesday November 11, 2015

The poster session and awards were in conjunction with the North American Power Symposium (NAPS), October 4-6, hosted by the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Awards were based on technical contributions, poster quality, and presenter's understanding of the research....Read the full story

Eversource Announces New Educational Energy Conservation Programs

Zach Speed, Wednesday November 11, 2015

Eversource, a publicly traded utility in New England, is dedicated to educating future generations about energy conservation. To achieve their goal, they have designed four school programs that come at no cost....Read the full story

Massachusetts Energy And Environmental Lit Stakeholders To Meet Nov 18

Massachusetts Envirnomental Eduators Society, Saturday October 31, 2015

On the evening of November 18, 2015, formal educators, community educators, businesspeople, and government agents are invited to the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife in Westborough to discuss the Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Literacy Plan....Read the full story

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