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power adventures

Find energy adventures at these Web sites!

  • Electric Universe
    Explore the Electric Universe. With information for everyone, you can find a section tailored to many ages and interests. Learn about electricity and safety at home or in school, gain wise energy use tips while making good choices for the environment and play games!
  • Energy Underground
    Explore the Energy Underground and learn more about natural gas. Whether you like playing games, doing activities or learning about inventions, this is the site for you!

Learn more!
Want to know more about energy sources? Here are some links to check out:

Renewable Energy
Learn more about NYSEG’s partnership with Community Energy to offer wind energy.

Energy Conservation

  • The Alliance to Save energy has information for adults, while kids can play the Energy Hog Game – check it out here.

 
 

weather conditions and state warnings

View weather conditions and the forecast from the national weather service and state emergencies, warnings and safety tips at NY alert.

 
 

did you know? 

Some light bulbs are responsible for more greenhouse gases than others. If every American home replaced just one light bulb with an ENERGY STAR qualified bulb we could prevent greenhouse gases equal to the emissions of more than 800,000 cars. To learn more about energy efficient lighting, visit NYSERDA or ENERGY STAR

 
 

did you know? 

Natural gas is one of the cleanest burning fuels available and produces less greenhouse gasses than other fossil fuels.  View the U.S. Dept. of Energy's Web site to learn more about the benefits of natural gas.

 

 
 

lightning safety

The national weather service's lightning safety site has safety information, photos, stories, teacher tools and a kid's page.