Teacher's Energy; a NEED Project


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.”


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