- Building Physics Computer Programs
access to full-text DOE research and development reports in physics,
chemistry, materials, biology, environmental cleanup, energy
technologies, and other topics.
entry point to an interactive news server offering current awareness
information services to energy industry professionals.
as a vehicle for student learning about energy, technology and community
education especially for kids from the California Energy Commission.
Includes projects, experiments, and descriptions of many types of
sheets, simulations, software, links, and more.
commercial and industrial energy information.
energy-related scientific and technical information through connected
online project for grades 6-12 to help prepare students for today's
workplace. Students become energy consultants and conduct energy audits
for their school.
by a consortium of energy companies for consumers. bulletin board, daily
news stories, weather, stocks, company pages and more.
Energy Management Program
to reduce the cost of government by advancing energy efficiency.
For Energy Science and Technology
energy: what it is, what forms it may take, what processes and devices
are used to store it, transport it, and convert it among different
forms, and energy resource conservation.
of Energy Terms
absorptance to ZEV, definitions of often used energy-related vocabulary.
the Surfin' Squirrel
all about electricity, telecommunications, and running water utilities.
A presentation of the USDA Rural Utilities Service.
Scientists: A Gallery of Energy Pioneers
biographies plus links to more information.
Eastern Energy Centres Project
in Russia, financed by the European Commission's Tacis programme, for
uniting the interests of producers and consumers of the energy
program to reduce energy consumption and the environmental impact of the
production and use of energy, and to strengthen the technological basis
States REVERUP Page
of recently patented electroplating technology (REVERUP), how it works,
and fuel consumption tests at Southwest Research (ASTM Sequence VI)
free service offering residential and commercial electric consumers
their specific electric service options. Competing electric suppliers'
rates and services are shown by zip code in a comparative layout.