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EmPower Solar, Friday February 21, 2014
Empower Solar, a Long Island, New York solar installer, is encouraging Long Island and New York City students to recognize the benefits of solar power through a multi-faceted competition that encompasses a combination of STEM and creative components. Teams of two to four students will submit an original written and creative video project to EmPower Solar and compete for up to $5000 in scholarships and the grand prize of an all-expense-paid trip to the 2014 Solar Decathlon in Versailles, France....Read the full story
Jacob Sneeden, Thursday February 13, 2014
To help accelerate the adoption of renewable energy by pre-K-12 schools, the Green Schools Alliance, a global network of more than 3,000 pre-K-12 schools, has created and launched the Green Schools Renewable Energy Purchasing Consortium with support from the EPA's Green Power Partnership. The consortium is an international group of pre-K-12 schools joined together to collectively purchase renewable energy for their facilities....Read the full story
Kelly McCartney, Wednesday February 12, 2014
Science Fair for high school and middle school students from around Eastern Pennsylvania, with cash prizes. At Albright College in Reading on June 20th, 2014. Research projects must be in the sustainable energy field....Read the full story
Shawn, Tuesday February 11, 2014
Each year Sustainable Energy Fund and the Energypath program sponsors offer more than 150 scholarships to secondary educators, professors and college students, to attend Energypath, a week-long regional energy conference in Reading, PA....Read the full story
Pam Harmon, Monday December 16, 2013
The Educators Summit will help middle and high school teachers design and teach Common Core, STEM, and Next Generation Science curriculum that engages students as citizen scientists working in collaboration with community planners and leaders. The summit will take place May 21, 2014, in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA....Read the full story
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