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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Energy Consumption Efficiency of Different Kind of Light Bulbs [P] [P]
Build a vinegar battery and compare its efficiency with a lemon and a potato battery. [E] [E]
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Luminous Efficacy (Efficiency) K-12 Background Information
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Determine if CFL bulbs are as efficient as generally proclaimed when subjected to real life conditions. [E]
Are compact fluorescent bulbs as environmentally friendly, energy efficient and cost effective as marketed? [P]
What battery is the best deal in terms of price and the length of use? [E] [E] [E] [E] [P] [P]
Make a homemade dry cell and compare its efficiency with a wet cell. [E]
Compare the efficiency of different types of light bulbs (incandescent, halogen, fluorescent) by testing the light intensity and heat output of the bulb. [E] [E]
Which light bulb is the most efficient - light output per money. [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
Can Switching to a Different Type of Lightbulb Really Save You Money? [E] [E]
Does Turning a Light Bulb On and Off Affect Its Lifespan? [E]
The Effect of Light Bulb Type on Energy Consumption, Brightness of Light Emitted, Heat Output, and Operational Cost [E]
Renewable Energy Cost & Efficiency Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Luminous Efficacy (Efficiency) K-12 Background Information
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
What Electric Bills Can Tell You About Energy Use [E]
See if electricity can be generated more efficiently than in conventional methods by using two three-phase motors in a Rotoverter setup. [E]
The efficiency of a hand-built AC generator in relation to the angular velocity of the magnets. [E]
Determine whether electrical energy can be generated at a reasonable efficiency by combining non-imaging optics with the Seebeck effect, to directly transform the sun's radiant heat into electricity. [E]
Renewable Energy Cost & Efficiency Science Fair Projects & Experiments
Luminous Efficacy (Efficiency) K-12 Background Information
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