Friday, November 11, 2011

NYSERDA Workshop

NYSERDA Workshop
St. John's University
November 11, 2011

Some of the Activities
Constructing a motor

Parts for making a motor

Constructed motor

Motor spinning

Potential Energy to Kinetic Energy

Other activities included observing pollution dispersion and using Kill-A-Watt meters to determine 'phantom energy', the amount of energy used by an appliance when it is not on.

Participants appreciated being given the Kill-A-Watt meters and many other items which NYSERDA provided to them for their classrooms.