The Great Lakes Energy Mobile Classroom made a visit to Blissfield Community School March 22. Fourth Grade, Fifth Grade, Seven Grade, Eight Grade, Ninth Grade Science and the High School Physic Classes were able to tour the van. Alternative energies were demonstrated to our students. The Mobile Classroom visit was part of the grant the elementary received for a wind turbine and solar panel to help power the life lab.
Chris Dunkel talks with my class about aternative energies.
My students trying some of the activities in the mobile classroom.
A $30,000 alternative energy grant was given to the Blissfield Community Schools to make the BELL powered by a wind turbine and solar power. It is truly becoming a "environmental life lab!" As the project unfolds come back for the pictures.
A press release from the Adrian Daily Telegram by David Frownfelde can be found at:
To view how many kilowatts are being produced, you may go to: http://www.powerdash.com/systems/1000169/
Green Panel installing wind turbine and solar panels!
Solar panels have been installed and the wind turbine is up and turning!
The inside equipment for the solar panels and turbine.