Florida Tech Sustainability and Renewable Energy
These links may aid in locating more information:
The primary National source for wind-related information.
These span more than one technology area
An excellent magazine is "Home Power", which is an easily available magazine that encompasses renewable energy. I subscribe, but find it at Barnes & Noble bookstore here in Melbourne FL. I like the magazine well enough that I take advantage of their 50% off donation to the Florida Tech Evans Library so that students may access. I also give homework that requires study of a specific "Home Power" article to answer my questions.
Transportation, Renewable or Electric Vehicles
The Florida Electric Auto Association is creating their website at http://floridaeaa.org/. These are enthusiasts of pure electric cars (they plug in).
The National Electric Auto Association http://eaaev.org/index.html has a fully developed site that provides information on current events.
Tour de Sol race will occur May 21 - 25, 2004. Their website says "the Tour will kick off in Westchester County - one of the most auto-oriented and affluent suburbs of New York City - with a two-day weekend "green car show and more." Participants will then rally to a street fair in the Philadelphia media market and conclude with a celebration and awards ceremony on the Mall, and meetings with key government representatives in Washington, D.C. Students, individuals, auto, bus and specialty vehicle manufacturers are invited to compete for the Tour de Sol championship which honors the greenest one-of-a-kind and on-the-market vehicles with quality performance."
Links to Other Renewable Energy Sites
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