|This is an
ever evolving list of links that are very useful when
doing energy related research:
Note: Editor's choices are denoted by a star.
This is the official web site for the US Department of
Home Energy Saver
Learn About Light
This site contains information on how to save energy
around the house. From the US D.O.E.
Energy Forms and
This is a site put together by the state of California.
It describes many different forms of energy and ways of
Test of Knowledge
This is an online quiz to test your knowledge of energy.
Take it yourself or give it to your kids. You can also
look here on our site for some interesting energy
comprehensive database of energy-related Internet
information sources is provided. The database is updated
and maintained on a regular basis.
connection to the world of energy. It contains a great
provides balanced information regarding the use of water
as a renewable energy source.
National Energy Foundation
This is the
homepage for the national energy foundation. It
is is the nation's premier nonprofit
provider of educational materials and programs related to
energy, natural resources, and the environment.
This is the
homepage for the Ohio Energy Project. This is the sponsor
organization for the Anderson High School NEED Team.
Bill Nye Online!
Everyone loves Bill Nye. You know, the science guy. Visit
his online laboratory for an opportunity to participate
in his online experiments.
This is the
home of EnergyEd, or, they say, Thomas Edison. Not only
is EnergyEd fun to read and colorful it also features a
virtual tour of a power plant.
Energy Made Simple
This is a
text book style web resource that features a discussion
of energy as a science all the way from a simple
introduction all the way to the definition of
electrochemical fuel cells. A great resource for
This is one
of the best sites that we have seen here at
LearnAboutEnergy.org. It has good links, resources,
career info,class plans and energy bike info.
National Science Teachers
contains great resources for science teachers for all
contains wonderful enviromental information.
Renewable Energy Information
contains great information from the national government
on renewable energy sources.
Department of Energy
Resources for Kids
Another excellent resource for kids who want to learn
about energy. It has a place for kids to ask questions or
submit comments. Also, it has a description of each of
the major forms of energy.