Re-Energy Education Program
One of the best ways to teach high school students about renewable energy technologies is to get hands-on by building working models. In this fun, engaging science program, high school students will learn how to build a wind turbine, solar oven, hydroelectric generator or biogas generator—so they can see firsthand how applied science is helping create a more sustainable future. This program also features lessons for middle-school students. With curriculum resources for every province and territory, our lessons and detailed construction plans give you all the tools you need to spark interest in and engage your students with a hands-on experience of renewable energy technologies.
Hands-on application of energy sciences to engage students.
Detailed construction plans for building a model wind turbine, solar oven, hydroelectric generator or biogas generator.
A dedicated program website packed with information and advice for students.
Opportunities to collaborate with other classes: shop students could create model parts, and food prep students could provide food for solar oven testing.