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Wind and Sun Power

Resel02 (1)Interested in including a lab about renewable power for a middle- or high-school science class, but don’t know where to start? Horizon Fuel Cell has a kit that can let students decide for themselves which is the most efficient and green. The Renewable Energy Science Education Lab has everything needed to explore solar and wind power with desktop turbines, solar power and fuel cells. There are 20 activities that include kids building a model wind and solar farm as well as figuring out the most efficient turbine. It’s available at STEMfinity for $390 and is good for groups of four or five students.

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