This exploration takes you to Chena Hot Springs Resort in Alaska where you will learn how they produce low temperature geothermal electricity. Teachers guide activity sheet and PowerPoint included. The 2008 ATEEC Fellows Institute brought 18 environmental science community college and high school instructors to Alaska. They created virtual field trips using Google Earth.

Explore Chena Hot Springs Resort in Alaska to learn about low temperature geothermal electricity generation. Chena Hot Springs runs their entire facility on renewable energy. Learn how they do it why they do it and the engineering challenges along the way. This activity includes numerous turnkey teaching resources such as a PowerPoint presentation explaining the geothermal heat exchanging process video interviews with environmental engineers a teacher's guide and student activity.

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