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Students in grades Kindergartent through 6th grade and their families can join in on hands-on, interactive science-related activities from 9 a.m. to noon April 21 at Springmill Learning Center.

Activities are led by professors from The Ohio State University at Mansfield in the Springmill STEM galleries, which include Alternative Energy, CSI, Earth Studies, Feathers & Flight, Gears, Number Sense, and Ecology. Students in grades 4 to 6 and their families will visit three of the galleries each visit, with new activities scheduled each visit.

http://www.richlandsource.com/education/family-fun-on-tap-at-science-saturdays-at-springmill-learning/article_38671a8c-313a-11e8-9cb2-677ef895777c.html

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Winners of Zayed Future Energy Prize honoured

Posted by Web Master 6 on January 23, 2018 9:30 AM EST
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ManamaHis Majesty the King’s Representative for Charity and Youth Affairs, Chairman of the Bahrain Olympic Committee, Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al-Khalifa, visited Bahrain Bayan School yesterday to honour the winners of Zayed Future Energy Prize. 

The 11 students, which formed the Ecoboosters received a majestic acknowledgement as HH Shaikh Nasser visited the school, praised the students’ talents and honoured them in a ceremony.

Aya bint Hisham Al Khalifa, Mariam Nasir, Abdullah Al Majid, Zainab Al Daisi, Jood Al Shirawi, Zain Ali, Haya Mahmoud, Ali Al Mandil, Noura Bani Hammad, Zainab Khalaf and Zain Al Balushi had won the Zayed Future Energy Prize in the Global High School-Asia category in Abu Dhabi. 

http://www.newsofbahrain.com/viewNews.php?ppId=41280&TYPE=Posts&pid=21&MNU=2&SUB=1

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The waste-to-energy facility is due to begin operation in 2018. The building was completed with University of Hull input in the hopes of increasing access to education about renewable energy.

A key element of the new, £200m energy from waste power plant ‘Energy Works’ has been completed, paving the way for new research into renewable energy technologies.

Spencer Group, a multi-disciplinary engineering business, has steered the Energy Works scheme in Hull from concept to delivery and the company is now playing a part in construction of the vast green energy facility.

Up to 150 Spencer Group staff and sub-contractors have been delivering the £35m package of civil and structural works for the green energy power plant. The team has now completed the Energy Academy, a learning, research and development facility created in partnership with the University of Hull.

https://www.bioenergy-news.com/display_news/13295/research_and_control_center_for_energy_works_plant_completed/

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Measuring the Potential of Apprenticeships

Posted by Charles Decuir on December 18, 2017 11:00 AM EST
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Apprenticeships have bipartisan support as a promising alternative to bring young people into the workforce, but they are still only a tiny fraction of total job openings in the United States. In this report, co-authored with the Managing the Future of Work Project at Harvard Business School, we assess the potential to expand this approach. Apprenticeships are much more common in Europe than the United States. There has been considerable discussion about expanding this option into new fields, but no comprehensive assessment of the opportunities. To find answers, we examined the skills demanded in job postings for more than 23 million openings in 2016. We identified the underlying skills in apprenticeship roles and looked for similarities in other positions. http://bit.ly/2Cjyi9Q

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Deep in the heart of Austin, Texas, at the Green Tech Media’s U.S. Power and Renewables Summit, the room was buzzing with optimism and enthusiasm as utility company executives, renewable energy developers, regulators, and financiers shared their research and experiences from different angles of the rapidly evolving renewable energy industry.

https://www.nrdc.org/experts/sneha-ayyagari/three-reasons-why-renewable-energy-leaders-are-optimistic

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Preston High School Career and Technology Education’s electrical and power/energy course participants are building a wind turbine and solar panels on the school property.

The turbine as well as four solar panels were purchased through grant funding.

Supervising teacher Jason Curry said the turbine will take about four-

https://www.theet.com/prestoncountynews/news/electrical-and-power-energy-students-building-wind-turbine-at-preston/article_8195eed1-3602-526e-81b6-8ec41705a3b1.html

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Ørsted Cash for College Students

Posted by Web Master 6 on November 6, 2017 12:20 PM EST
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Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education has received a share of £20,000 to help students facing financial hardship.

 

The money has been donated by Ørsted, formally known as DONG energy, from their Skills Fund allocation, which will help students struggling to pay for travel to and from the Grimsby Institute’s campuses in Grimsby, Immingham and Skegness.

 

https://www.fenews.co.uk/press-releases/15252-orsted-cash-for-college-students

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In the first week of October, the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult and the University of Hull announced that they had teamed up to launch a pioneering £2 million offshore wind operations and maintenance (O&M) centre of excellence.

What are the key objectives of the Centre and what are the main themes of the work it will carry out? What are the main expected outputs? And in what way will the work carried out at the Centre be of use to the wider offshore wind O&M sector?

http://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/marine-renewable-energy/offshore-catapult-and-hull-university-team-up-for-offshore-o-and-m-centre-of-excellence

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Educate yourself, the C4EE stands ready to help

Posted by Charles Decuir on October 30, 2017 2:05 PM EDT
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The C4EE officially opened a short time ago and is already living up to its billing as the Center for Energy Education.

It started this past week with a photography course coordinated with the center, Roanoke Valley Early College and Halifax Community College.

Photography, you say? Absolutely. As the center pointed out, the name of the course is “Light” and instructor Jörg Brüggemann further defined that “photography is ‘painting with light’ and the solar industry produces electricity from sunlight. Both transform light into something new, something meaningful and usable.”

http://www.rrdailyherald.com/opinion/editorials/educate-yourself-the-c-ee-stands-ready-to-help/article_63fbb53c-bc45-11e7-a688-ab80bd8f86f7.html

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