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Green Efficient Energy Education

Green Efficient Energy Education



Education Program and Workshop

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    • Green Efficient Energy Educational Workshop
    • Green Power
      • Creating an Energized Curriculum in the school systems.
      • Setting up amazing workshops and programs
      • Giving Student the Power to Reduce Reuse and Recycle.
    • Implementing Green into schools with the three R’s
      • Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic
      • Reduce, Recycle, and Re-use
    • Getting Back to the Basic
      • Kilowatt (KW) is an Amount
      • Kilowatt-hour (kWh) is a RATE
      • “ Kilo” means “thousand,” so…
      • 1,000 watts consumed over one hour = 1kWh
      • Examples:
      • 100W bulb left on for 10 hours= 1kWh
      • 2000W Hairdryer for ½ hour= 1kWh
      • How does Duke Energy Calculate cost per KWh?
      • Divide month’s charges by month’s usage…
      • Approximate cost in North Carolina= $.095 (9.5 cent) per KWh
    • Calculating Appliance Use
      • Watts x Hours Used x Days x .085=cost
      • 1000
      • Determine wattage and time period you want to estimate (day month, year, etc)
      • For example, how much will using my 1500 W space heater 12 hours a day add to my monthly bill?
      • 1500x12x30 x .095+ 45.9
      • 1000
      • $45.90 per month
    • Way To Save Water
      • A dishwasher can use 25 gallons of water per load.
      • Only run the dishwasher when it’s full.
      • If your dishwasher is new, there’s no need to rinse.
      • Put your dishwasher on the short cycle and save 10 gallons.
      • A showerhead can use 3 gallons of water per minute.
      • Limit your showers to 3-4 minutes.
      • Install a low-flow, water-efficient shower head.
    • Create Three Ideas
      • Reduce: Reduce waste by curbing use of disposables. This can also be done by eating less often at fast food restaurants.
      • Recycle: Collect recyclable goods to bring to schools for Arts and Craft Session. Allow kids to pick from box along with accessories to stimulate creativity and show that recycling can be fun.
      • Reuse : Sponsor a Community toy swap and park clean-up the show values of reuse and pride in the community.
    • Video
    • Quiz