Alliance to Save Energy Green Schools
The Alliance to Save Energy site features elementary, middle school and high school curricula for conservation and energy related lessons.
American Bioenergy Association
The American Bioenergy Association site features uses, sources, benefits and technology related to converting organic matter, such as industrial or agricultural wastes into energy.
American Hydrogen Association
This not-for-profit association has links to hydrogen information. It also has a great satellite view of the lights on earth at night.
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
Comprehensive links by the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse to all areas of science and math education.
EIA Coal Quick Stats
U.S. Government's Energy Information Administration site contains a wealth of statistics about all area of energy. The Coal Facts page gives information about coal by geographic region, energy use sector, process, prices, environmental effects and much more.
EIA Gas Quick Stats
U.S. Government's Energy Information Administration site contains a wealth of statistics about all area of energy. The Gas Facts page gives information about gas by geographic region, energy use sector, process, prices, environmental effects and much more.
EIA Kid's Page
The U.S. Government's Energy Information Administration site's Kid's Page is an outstanding resource for students and teachers, featuring energy information, curriculum packets, guidelines and activities for all age level students.
The California Energy Commission's site has links to Energy and Science lesson plans, games, projects, books and resources. It also features a section on how different appliances work.
Environmental Education Resources
North American Association for Environmental Education's site includes extensive links to environmental programs, literature, and activities.
This U.S. Department of Energy site includes information about current research of fossil fuel sources and use. The education section features information about coal, oil and gas, an introduction to energy and a look down an oil well.
Foundation for Water and Energy Education
The Foundation for Water and Energy Education site includes a tour of a hydropower site.
Geothermal Education Office
Web site of the Geothermal Education Office, includes information about Geothermal technology, history and use. Their educational information includes classroom materials, an energy timeline, CD's and videos to order, and a 122-slide Geothermal Energy Slide Show.
International Geothermal Association
The International Geothermal Association's site contains a world-wide interactive map with geothermal energy information by country, a 33-page guide “What is Geothermal?”, and an international photo gallery of geothermal sites.
Kidzone at the Department of Energy
Kidzone, the U.S. government site featuring many science activities and links.
Marshall Brain's How Stuff Works
How Stuff Works explains how everything works in clear words and pictures. The factory tours section includes a water treatment facility.
National Energy Education Development Project
National Energy Education Development has compiled an extensive energy curriculum, including Energy Info books, Science of Energy, Energy Works, Electro Works, and Solar packets for K-12. There are many good links from the site to energy-related resources.
National Energy Foundation
The National Energy Foundation is a Utah-based program. Materials available include Energy Action, Fueling the Future, Energy Debate and Kool Kids, an urban warming program.
National Hydropower Association
The National Hydropower Association site has information about hydropower including the for grades 3-8 Water Works curriculum.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Colorado's National Renewable Energy Laboratory site includes information about Junior Solar Sprint Cars, plus K-8 program materials featuring a variety of renewable energy sources.
National Science Resource Center
The Smithsonian Institute's National Science Resource site has classroom packets on many areas of energy. Their Energy, Machines & Motion student site has many links, as well as great information for students.
Paleontological Research Institute
The Paleontological Research Institute web site has valuable information about non-mineral resources in the U.S., including petroleum deposits. Fossils, geology and educational information are featured. Found in their education department, “From the Ground Up: The World of Oil” gives an overview of the basics of oil.
The Physics Classroom
The Physics Classroom provides a tutorial in Work, Energy and Power that supports the theories and process of energy.
Oil on my Shoes
Interesting features about well drilling, tools and equipment, technology and mapping used in the oil industry.
Water Education Foundation
The California-based Water Education Foundation has a number of books, games and interactive video products. Many are California-specific, but may be adaptable to other locations.
Water Science for Schools
The U.S. Geological Survey's Water education site features basics about water, the water cycle, ground water, water quality and water use in the U.S. including information about hydropower and thermoelectric power.
Wisconsin K-12 Energy Education Program
Wisconsin's KEEP, K-12 Energy Education Program, site provides information about energy audits and activities.