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Thursday22 June 2017



Everyone seems to be researching alternative energy sources nowadays. With these energy and power science projects, you can:

• Investigate how natural resources—like sunlight, wind, and water —produce power and create energy to run wind turbines, heat homes, and even generate electricity.

• Study fuel cells and convert chemicals into electricity.

• Explore energy- and money-saving ideas for your computer and for gas for your family's car.

• Create your own homemade models of structures, such as wind turbines and geothermal plants, and put them to work with wind and water power.

You can develop your projects under following subtopics: Renewable Energy, Bio Energy, Non-renewable Energy (Clean& Green Advancements), Clean Energy Technology, Energy Efficiency, Energy Conservation, Energy Business and Policies.

1. Renewable Energy

Renewable energy flows involve natural phenomena such as sunlight, wind, tides and geothermal heat. Renewable energy technologies range from solar power, wind power and hydroelectricity through to biomass and biofuels for transportation.

2. Bio Energy

Useful, renewable energy produced from organic matter. The conversion of the complex carbohydrates in organic matter to energy. Organic matter may either be used directly as a fuel or processed into liquids and gases. It is also known as Bio Fuels.

3. Non-renewable Energy-Clean& Green Advancements

Energy derived from depletable fuels (oil, gas, coal) created through lengthy geological processes and existing in limited quantities on the earth. Participants should focus on Clean and Green advancements to minimize the environmental effects of fossil fuels.

4. Clean Energy Technology

Clean technologies aim to give minimum harm to environment such as Clean Burning Fuels, Electric Vehicles, Fuel Cells, Hybrid Electric, Hydrogen, Zero Emissions, and Pollution Reduction

5. Energy Efficiency

The more efficient use of energy in order to reduce economic costs and environmental impacts. It aims to use less energy/electricity to perform the same function.

6. Energy Conservation

Energy conservation is different to energy efficiency in that it involves using less energy to achieve a lesser energy service, and usually requires behavioral change

7. Energy Business and Policies

Some issues of energy business development and energy policy development. Proposed actions as an attempt to combat growing energy problems and environmental impacts.Renewable Energy


Bring out whatever ideas you have about energy. Think, research and come up with something unique to inspire fellow students around the world.