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What Is Renewable Energy?

October 27, 2020
Over the last few decades in the United States, non-renewable energy sources - such as fossil fuels - have provided the main source of power for our everyday lives. But to help promote conservation and sustainability efforts, today scientists and industry are exploring renewable energy resources. At Watt Watchers of Texas we are well-versed in […]
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Energy Conservation Activities for Kindergarten

October 27, 2020
It’s never too early to get kids involved in energy conservation efforts at home and at school. Like adults, children also use energy resources in their daily lives. As technology advances and kids use devices like computers, tablets, and gaming consoles on a regular basis, they need to learn how to and why we should […]
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STEAM Education in Texas

August 14, 2020
Today, many students and families have become familiar with the concept of “STEM” - or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. STEM provides a solid foundation on which to build a student’s ability to then use what they have learned in the real world. But, have you heard of STEAM? That’s right. It’s not a typo. […]
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Online Learning Resources for Energy Education in Texas

August 13, 2020
This year the world, including the United States, has been devastated by a virus the likes of which we have not seen for some time. It has required us to stay home, keep our distance from others, close down shops and schools, and wear masks when out in public. One of the most difficult parts […]
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Teaching Children About Water Conservation

July 18, 2020
Like many other natural resources, water is something that we rely on every single day for a variety of purposes. We often take for granted turning on the faucet to get a drink of water or grabbing a piece of ice to cool off a pitcher of iced tea. Taking a shower every day or […]
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How to Save Energy at Home During the Summer

July 1, 2020
As we all know, the transition from the cooler winter months into the much warmer spring and summer months means that, in Texas, utility bills are going to increase. With the heat of the day reaching a high point, the interior of our homes also tend to heat up and you become uncomfortable unless some […]
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