Hampton City Schools 2019 Renewable Energy And Materials Science Workshop Series

Location:
Hampton, VA
Grade Level:
3-12

This project was made possible with funding from the Arconic Foundation. Arconic Foundation’s mission is to support non-profit partners who advance STEM Education and Workforce Development in Arconic communities. This is the second time that Evansville has been a location for an Arconic workshop with CE.  CE co-planned with workshop with Hampton City Schools in order to align with their new 2018 Virginia Science Standards of Learning and provide a launchpad for their summer curriculum planning.

Two separate groups of teachers attended on June 17 and June 18, 2019. The first day of... Read full project narrative >>

Arkadelphia Renewable Energy Inquiry and Engineering Deep Dives

Location:
Arkadelphia, AR
Grade Level:
2-8

This project was made possible with funding from the Arconic Foundation. Arconic Foundation’s mission is to support non-profit partners who advance STEM Education and Workforce Development in Arconic communities. This is the second time that Evansville has been a location for an Arconic workshop with CE.  As it is the second round of delivery for this region, a focus on expanding the initial impact was made and the workshop was extended to two days.  CE co-planned with workshop with the district to get a sense of how the initial workshop had impacted their curriculum and hands-on... Read full project narrative >>

Voya Renewable Energy Workshop

Location:
Hartford, CT
Grade Level:
3-5

This project was made possible with funding from Voya Foundation, which focuses on financial resilience - ensuring that today's youth are equipped with the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) expertise necessary to compete in the 21st century workforce, and the financial literacy skills necessary to make smart financial decisions that lead to a secure retirement.

On May 6, 2019 19 educators from Hartford Public Schools came together to participate in an all-day Renewable Energy workshop hosted at Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) located in the center of Hartford,... Read full project narrative >>

Cascade Schools

Location:
Cascade, ID
Grade Level:
K-12
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
3.85 - kilowatts

This project was made possible in partnership with Idaho Power’s Solar 4R School’s Program through contributions from customers of the Green Power Program. Cascades School is a K-12 district located in Cascade, ID with the mission to inspire all students to reach their maximum potential, become lifelong learners, and be contributing, responsible citizens.

Clean energy topics and science kit materials will support new ideas in... Read full project narrative >>

St. Mary's School Boise

Location:
Boise, ID
Grade Level:
K-8
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
3.72 - kilowatts

This project was made possible in partnership with Idaho Power’s Solar 4R School’s Program through contributions from customers of the Green Power Program. St. Mary’s School is a K-8 school located in Boise, ID with the mission to provide a Catholic environment that instills academic excellence while preparing the whole child for life-long personal and spiritual growth, empowering them to become global citizens. St. Mary’s School is committed to... Read full project narrative >>

Oregon Paleo Lands Institute

Location:
Fossil, OR
Grade Level:
PK-12
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
2.75 - kilowatts

Completed in 2018, this 2.75 kW roof top solar photovoltaic system generates an estimated 3,900 kWh of clean, renewable energy each year. A total of 10 panels provide the equivalent to powering about 7,000 miles of car travel per year. Oregon Paleo Lands Institute is committed to sustainability, renewable energy, and resource conservation education for our community. See live production data for real time solar generation. Read full project narrative >>

Hazeldale Elementary

Location:
Beaverton, OR
Grade Level:
K-5
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
79.70 - kilowatts

Completed in Summer of 2018, Hazeldale Elementary’s 79.7 kW roof top solar photovoltaic system generates about 81,000 kWh of clean, renewable energy each year. A total of 224 high efficiency panels provide the equivalent to powering 6 average US homes per year. Beaverton School District is committed to sustainability, renewable energy, and energy conservation education for our students, staff, and community. See live production data... Read full project narrative >>

Klamath County Educators' Workshop

Location:
Klamath, OR
Grade Level:
1-12
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
4,000.00 - kilowatts

OneEnergy Renewables completed a total of 4 MW of solar Euwana I & II Solar projects in Klamath Falls, Oregon.  In association with this utility-scale solar development project, installation, OneEnergy provided funding to BEF to help local schools leverage the project as a place-based learning tool for students in the area. Many of the Klamath County School District schools are within close proximity to the Euwana I & II Solar project sites.
 

In April of 2016, CE provided a regional workshop at Mazama High School for 14 teachers from 8 different schools in Klamath... Read full project narrative >>

Polk County Energy Leaders

Educators experiment with power grid model
Location:
Willamina, OR
Grade Level:
2-12
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
3,000.00 - kilowatts

Polk County Renewable Leaders links teachers, students and a local utility-scale solar array through a series teacher professional development (PD) workshops designed to augment environmental science, STEM and CTE programs with renewable energy content, science kits & leadership support over a three-year period. Teacher leaders were selected by Districts and participated in renewable energy workshops, curriculum development and leadership skills training labs. The teacher leaders will in turn provide additional support and serve as leaders in this new content area in their districts... Read full project narrative >>

Tucker Maxon School

Location:
Portland, OR
Grade Level:
PK-5
Technology Type:
PV System Size:
44.80 - kilowatts

Completed in 2018, Tucker Maxon School's 44.8 kW roof top solar photovoltaic system generates an estimated 48,000 kWh of clean, renewable energy each year. See live production data for real time generation. A total of 128 solar panels provide the equivalent to powering about 4 average US homes per year, and is expected to offset half of the school’s electricity. Tucker Maxon School is committed to sustainability, renewable energy, and conservation education for our students, staff, and

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