A Simple Model for Teaching the Energy Transition
Join us as we explore a simple model for teaching about the current energy transition and the exciting changes we will experience by 2030.
We are living in the midst of another great energy transition — a fundamental part of the present and future for which we are preparing our students. How can we teach this in a relatable and engaging way? Join us in this webinar as we explore a simple model for teaching about the current energy transition and the changes we will experience by 2030. This transition began in the late 20th century with Lithium-ion batteries, solar panels, and wind turbines, but picked up speed as thousands of related and supportive new technologies entered the marketplace. The third decade of the transition — in this case, the 2020s — is the period of intense disruption as the new technologies become competitive. Many exciting developments are afoot!
In partnership with Green Teacher Magazine, ACEE and EnergiMedia.