Posts Tagged ‘education’

Wind turbine a source of energy and education

A wind turbine owned and operated by Omaha-based Bluestem Energy Solutions was recently erected just southwest of the CCC – Hastings campus as part of a public-private partnership between Bluestem , the college and Hastings Utilities . The project includes one $4 million, 1.7-megawatt General Electric turbine, which rises 432 feet above the ground from […]

BLAST introduces Virginia students to hands-on STEM education

A group of high school students stands poised around an elaborately constructed slide, preparing to test a small gliding vehicle they have made completely out of garbage. They release the vehicle, which carries an open container of water, and cheer as it successfully reaches the bottom of the slide without spilling a drop. View full […]

DNV GL & Texas Tech Partner on Wind Energy Education

In this Ethanol Report, we talk with Renewable Fuels Association president and CEO Bob Dinneen about issues currently facing the ethanol industry inside the Beltway Student’s attending Texas Tech University now have more educational opportunities around wind energy. View full post on Wind Power News

Kan. Chamber expands agenda on energy, education

The Kansas Chamber of Commerce has expanded its 2014 legislative agenda to support repealing the state’s renewable energy standard for utilities and to become involved in education issues, its executives said Tuesday. View full post on Wind Power News

Wind energy education: Organization shows wind farm movie in Wapak

People in attendance at the screening of “Windfall” at the Wapa Theatre on Saturday had the opportunity to sign up to be apart of Auglaize Neighbors United and receive more information on the organization. View full post on Wind Power News