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- Energy Quest - is the award-winning energy education website of the California Energy Commission. It has tremendous information on all facets of energy use.
- The Australian Greenhouse Office - Information fact sheets for teachers about the greenhouse effect.
- Renewable energy sources - a great list of resources.
- Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy - of the U.S. Dept. of Energy. Portal to many interesting renewable energy topics.
- Photovoltaic Cell Animation - Info and animation of photovoltaic solar cells from EERE.
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) - Information on education programs, research and technology, etc.
- Uranium Information Centre
- World Nuclear Association
- Wyoming Uranium
- Yucca Mountain Project (YMP)
- A Student's Guide to Alternative Fuel Vehicles - California Energy Commission. A guide to alternative fuel cars powered with alcohols - ethanol and methanol, compressed natural gas to biodiesel.
- International Energy Outlook 2003 - from the Department of Energy: presents international energy projections through 2025, prepared by the Energy Information Administration. The outlooks for major energy fuels are discussed, along with electricity, transportation, and environmental issues.
- Energy Information Administration - Department of Energy
- International Energy Agency and Statistical Information
- Energy and Environmental Research Center (EERC)
- Oil On My Shoes - This site will help you understand the science of Petroleum Geology.
- Office of Fossil Energy - Department of Energy
- Minerals Management Service (MMS) - Department of the Interior
- National Petroleum Council
- Oil & Gas International
- FuelCell Energy Inc. - A company developing efficient fuel cells - An objective of DOE's Vision 21 Program is to develop larger, multi-megawatt power plants that would generate electricity with net efficiencies approaching 75 percent (with natural gas), while producing sulfur and nitrogen oxide emissions of less than 0.01 lb/million BTU. These goals are significant improvements over conventional power plants, which are only 35-60 percent efficient and produce emissions of 0.07 to 0.3 lb/million BTU of sulfur and nitrogen oxides (see Recent News Article 10/31/02).
- Energy Flow in the United States for year 1993
- Electric Power Research Institute
- Electricity Energy Information Administration