Challenge Materials

Idea to Impact Information Packet  (PDF, 1.2MB)

External Links

Southern California Edison
Find out how energy is provided to you through hydropower, coal, and nuclear power generating plants, and learn about ways for better energy efficiency and conservation of these power sources.

US Department of Energy
Includes online national library, energy glossary and database and a kid’s resource page.

California Energy Commission
The state's primary energy policy and planning agency. Contains “Energy Quest” website, dedicated to education children about energy resources.

Consumer Energy Center
A one-stop website for the latest information about energy resources and how to use them wisely in our home, work and vehicles.

EREN (Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Network)
Resource for energy efficiency and renewable-energy information. Includes educational materials and resources for kids.

Energy Information Administration (US Dept of Energy)
Official energy statistics, an A-Z directory of energy information, and a kids' page with information on renewable and non-renewable energy.

Fossil Energy (US Dept of Energy)
Resource on fossil fuels that includes a database containing information on fossil energy projects, electricity and gas regulation and a students section.

US Environmental Protection Agency
Information about emissions, emissions research and programs that promote clean air.

Alliance To Save Energy
Promotes energy efficiency worldwide to achieve a healthier economy, a cleaner environment, and greater energy security.

Energy Hog
Information on saving energy and how to conduct energy audits in your home and start saving money. Contains great interactive animated kid’s page with games and activities.