In response to the need for a highly skilled renewable and green technologies workforce, we have developed a program called Green STEM Education. This program incorporates the STEM fields of study, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, to delivers the instruction and training necessary to enable students to compete in the globally competitive clean energy and green technologies economy. We bring our knowledge and expertise to our instructional designs, teaching STEM through topics such as renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, resource management, sustainable habitats, and green architecture. We understand that today's students are tomorrow's professionals. Through application of the National Educational Technology Plan, we aim to prepare today's students to use and develop tomorrow's renewable and green technologies.
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Instruction for Renewable Energy will teach about technologies such as solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, biomass, hydroelectricity, alternative fuels, and fuel cells. This introduces students to the science behind these various forms of energy, how they are produced, and what natural resources they use. This instruction will integrate the mathematics necessary to calculate watt-hours, power production, energy demand, and the probability of available resources at a given time.
Instruction for Sustainable Agriculture will teach about the many sustainably powered agricultural techniques and designs used within both rural and urban developments. This introduces students to technologies such as hydroponics, aquaponics, and aeroponics, as well as other traditional and advanced horticultural methods. This instruction will incorporate the engineering behind designing small and large-scale systems as well as the science behind how to use these techniques within any environment.
Instruction for Resource Management will teach about topics such as water conservation, soil management, air pollution, and waste management. This introduces students to techniques such as composting, solar water distillation, recycling, and carbon sequestration. This instruction will integrate the science and technology behind current methods of resource management as well as the engineering needed to develop future methods of conservation.
Instruction for Sustainable Habitats will include topics that discuss the localization of food, water, and energy to develop systems that are less dependant on outside resources. This introduces students to rain water collection, urban forestry, farmer's markets, distributed energy, and the many other features of sustainable habitats. This instruction will incorporate the mathematics needed to calculate current and future growth demand cycles as well as the technology and engineering needed to develop comprehensive systems.
Instruction for Advanced Manufacturing will teach about the various forms of additive manufacturing including 3D printing. This introduces students to the green attributes of localized manufacturing and use of sustainable materials including recyclable and compostable filament. This instruction incorporates the geometry, chemistry, and physics associated with creating 3D objects as well as computer science integration for desinging and rendering 3D models.
State Renewable Energy provides consultation and design services for renewable energy applications as well as STEM-based trainings and instructional services for k-12 and higher education. We use advanced technologies to integrate the use of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable practices into our projects. Thinking ahead, we always look for effective ways to incorporate sustainability into everyday life. We stay on top of the latest developments, constantly researching new ideas in order to provide our clients with the best opportunities available.
Every project is approached with a combination of knowledge, experience, and innovation. With an emphasis on education, our goal is to enable people to become environmentally responsible and live sustainably.