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View Resource Energy Efficient Homes

Walks students through the process of building a model home while considering 11 parameters that influence energy use, such as building orientation, room configuration, building envelope, and energy...

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View Resource Draft-O-Meter

Students will learn an easy technique to measure the presence of drafts in their homes and classrooms.

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View Resource Watt Does It Cost To Use It?

Students learn how electrical usage is counted and priced. They measure and evaluate energy use and cost of representative household and school electrical items.

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View Resource Waste Watchers

Energy seems easy to use, but obtaining it is often not easy on the environment. When we reduce the amount of energy we use, we decrease the pollution that results from producing that energy. In this...

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View Resource Energy Infobook for Educators and Students

Primary, elementary, intermediate, and secondary books providing content information about each of the nation's energy resources, new technologies, and the use and conservation of energy.

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