Renewable Energy Solar Science Fair Kits | Wind Solar Hydrogen Energy

Alternative & renewable energy solar science fair kits includes wind, solar, hydrogen energy, hydropower and fuel cells. Teachers and Students… see all the new educational alternative and renewable energy science fair kits with curriculum guides. Wind and solar energy are one of the most popular subjects presented at science fairs. They are a preferred source of energy because they are both free natural resources.

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Do It Yourself (DIY) Science Fair Project Parts & Supplies

20 Watt Solar Energy Kit Classroom Edition – Do It Yourself (DIY)

$369.00 $298.99

Educational Science Gifts * Robotics * Electronics * Wind & Solar Energy

6V Sunbender Do-It-Yourself Color Changing RGB Solar Light Kit – Pre-wired

$26.95

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Alternative Education Wind, Solar, Hydro & Electricity Lab

$149.95

Educational Science Gifts * Robotics * Electronics * Wind & Solar Energy

Dual Axis Smart Solar Tracker Science Fair Project

$149.95
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Chemistry Science Fair Project Ideas | Fun Chemistry Experiments

Experiment with the OWI-750 Salt Water Fuel Cell Car

$23.50 $21.15

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Horizon Bio-Energy Discovery Experiment Kit For Science Fair Projects

$139.00
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Fun Solar Cars & Vehicles Science Fair Projects Kits

Horizon Electric Mobility Science Fair Experiment Kit

$220.00

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Horizon Ethanol Fuel Cell Science Fair Education Kit

$159.99

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Horizon FCJJ-40 Complete Classroom STEM Energy Box

$1,149.99

Water is a source of energy, but it is not free and we are using up this resource at a rate that may find us in trouble soon. There has been an international committee for many years whose sole purpose is to try to find how to conserve water because our planet's life depends upon it.

Renewable energy (sources) or RES get their energy from natural flows of energy (on-going natural processes), such as flowing water (hydroelectric), sunshine, wind, biological processes and geothermal heat flows.