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We know that teaching about energy is challenging, which is one of the reasons we created the Students' Corner. We hope the information you find here will enable you to better explain the complex world of energy regulation. We've also included this page to give you some guidance on different resources available on the World Wide Web.

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K-12 Teachers

Relicensing the St. Lawrence-FDR Hydropower Project in New York External Links

Alliance to Save Energy -- Energy Efficiency for Educators External Links

Green School Project External Links

Lesson Plans: External Links

Did You Know...
More homes in the United States are heated with natural gas than any other energy sources.

K-12 Students

Education World: External Links

Energy links, energy time machine, energy news, science projects, resources for teachers and parents. External Links

Energy Information Administration’s Kids’ Page: External Links

EnergyNet Engaged Learning Program: External Links

Franklin Institute Online: External Links

Walk through a hydroelectric project: External Links

Tennessee Valley Authority Alternative Energy Education: External Links