|Headquarters||Sharon, MA, United States|
|Shawn Reeves, President|
|Products||Energy curriculum and networking tools|
EnergyTeachers.org is a network of educators interested in energy production and use. It is also the name of the website of the organization. The full corporate name is EnergyTeachers.org Inc. EnergyTeachers.org was incorporated in Massachusetts in 2004. It is governed by a board of 3 directors, and run by one person, who acts as president, treasurer, and clerk. The organization is a public charity, designated 501(c)(3) by the IRS in 2005.
- A newsletter is mailed to hundreds of teachers around the world, but mostly in Massachusetts and New York.
- Windy Schor and Solar Sierra discuss renewable energy and related issues in Second Life at a virtual "Sustainable Energy Science Lab."
- The organization offers presentations on solar cooking at schools and conferences.
- The Green Dollhouse Challenge started in Massachusetts in 2012.
- National Energy Education Development Project.
- KidWind, of St. Paul, Minnesota, offers teachers help with wind curriculum.
- Energy Quest
- Florida Solar Energy Center
Bibliography, annotated links, calendar of relevant events, educator online forum, equipment for loan.
In 2007 EnergyTeachers.org published a field trip guide for teachers and distributed it for free to over 1400 schools. The book lists places of interest where teachers and students can learn about renewable energy and energy efficiency. The publication was paid for by a grant from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative, charged with overseeing the state's Renewable Energy Trust.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-18. https://web.archive.org/web/20110718091452/http://cecilgudkov.wordpress.com/2010/02/19/second-life-applications/. Retrieved 2011-01-22. >
- Tompkins Weekly May 11, 2009 "Cooking with Solar Power" Ithaca, NY.
- The Recorder page C6, May 3, 2012 Greenfield, MA.
- K12 Initiative, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative http://www.mtpc.org/RenewableEnergy/k12.htm
- ″Where To Find It″ in American Teacher, February 2007 from American Federation of Teachers. https://web.archive.org/web/20081006230134/http://www.aft.org/pubs-reports/american_teacher/feb07/find_it.htm
- US Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration Energy Education Resources 2006. http://www.eia.doe.gov/bookshelf/eer/environ.html
- ″Check Out Your Community″ issue 91 by Healthlink, Massachusetts. http://www.healthlink.org/checkoutyourcommunity91.html