Monday, July 27, 2009

Energication To Date

If you are new to Energication, this page will allow you to easily start at the beginning and read each post in order. Since this started in the summer, many of you are just getting back to school in the fall. This will allow you to catch up easily. Another way to keep up to date is to subscribe to just posts or all comments using any of the popular readers shown to the right.

Here's a trick: many of the popular browsers (Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer 8) allow you to open a link in a new tabbed window simply by holding the "CTRL" key down when you click. This screen stays in your primary tabbed window and all the others open in different tabs.

Dave
  1. July 5, 2009 Welcome to Energication
  2. July 6, 2009 Bonneville Environmental Foundation
  3. July 9, 2009 Renewable Energy Curriculum
  4. July 12, 2009 Oregon's Solar Climate
  5. July 15, 2009 Portland as Region's Renewable Energy Hub
  6. July 18, 2009 Gresham Gets It
  7. July 21, 2009 Bolster Curriculum One Step at a Time
  8. July 24, 2009 Energy Corridors Still Evolving
  9. August 8, 2009 Renewable Energy In The News
  10. August 10, 2009 Curriculum: Energy Conservation
  11. August 24, 2009 Brammo Electrifies Motorcycles
  12. December 30, 2009 Changes All Around
  13. January 4, 2010 Wind Energy Training Comes in Many Forms
  14. January 8, 2010 Education Isn't Only for Students
  15. January 13, 2010 Solar Research Center to Open at OSU
  16. January 17, 2010 Gresham Grows Energy Expertise
  17. January 24, 2010 Watts On Schools
  18. February 7, 2010 Media Validates Energication Principles
  19. March 11, 2010 A Chicken in Every Pot? How About Hydrogen Fueling in Every Home?
  20. March 16, 2010 Oil Bad on Many Fronts
  21. March 21, 2010 E85-Ethanol Needs Education
  22. March 24, 2010 Renewable Energy as State Export Candidate
  23. April 10, 2010 Home Energy Use Perfect Problem to Solve for Students

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