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Energy Efficiency and Safety Demonstrations

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Pedal Power Brought to Area Schools

Energy Efficiency Demonstrations

Area schools have had experience learning about how much ENERGY it takes to power a light bulb. Students from Harlan, Exira, AHST and IKM-Manning got to witness first hand how much more energy it takes to power four incandescent lightbulbs compared to the more energy efficient CFL or LED lightbulbs. There is also a small fan, radio and heater, which are all used to demonstrate how much electricity even very small appliances require.

Nishnabotna Valley REC personnel can be available to present the energy efficiency bike demonstration to area schools who simply contact the office and schedule a presentation. The presentation is for students ages 3rd - 6th. Please email us at info@nvrec.com or call 712-755-2166 to schedule a safety demonstration for your students.

It is the goal of your local Cooperative to help educate our young people that energy conservation starts at home.  With just a few simple changes the little things really do add up to big savings! Find out how you can save more on your electric bill at www.togetherwesave.com.

NVREC Electrical Safety Demo at HCMS
Rich Freml and Todd Bruck explain to students what can happen when someone comes in contact with an electric line.

Electrical Safety Demonstrations

Students at Harlan Intermediate School learn about electricity - how it is generated as well as energy efficiency and safety measures dealing with it.

Nishnabotna Valley REC personnel can be available to present the Neon Leon Lighting Liz safety demonstration to area schools who simply contact the office and schedule a presentation. The presentation is for students ages 3rd - 6th. Please email us at info@nvrec.com or call 712-755-2166 to schedule a safety demonstration for your students.