Green energy education science games are now available from Keen2learn and specialist educational learning resources manufacturer, Heliocentris of Germany. The range focuses on hydrogen fuel cell energy storage and power systems. These are now available as teaching resources to UK primary and secondary schools, and universities. They can be see in operation at the forthcoming Association of Science Education (ASE) exhibition and conference and BETT educational show – both in January 2011.
The hydrogen fuel cell teaching resources are now available on line or on account through www.keen2learn.co.uk. Supplied with comprehensive worksheets, experiments and information packs, these practical front of class demonstration panels generate and store hydrogen to be converted to electrical power through the fuel cells. Ideal for practical science games, STEM project work, experimentation and development. Fuel cells present an enlightened view of the future in renewable energy. Entertain, enthral, empower children and students with the huge opportunity hydrogen can play in energy storage and operational systems.
The hydrogen fuel cell model car and front of class demonstration panels for secondary schools science and university degrees projects in renewable energy can be seen in operation at the Association of Science Education (ASE) conference and exhibition at Reading University from the 6th to 8th January 2011. You will find us on stand DS 68. ( note that the conference runs from 5th – 8th January the exhibition runs fro 6th -8th January)
Free exhibition entry
For the first time the ASE Conference has free exhibition entry to those only interested in attending the exhibition. Just register on arrival at the special registration desk.
If you can’t make the ASE exhibition – catch us at the BETT show at London Olympia from 12th to 15th January 2011. You will find us in the Grand hall, stand S 75.
If you cannot make ether event just call 0845 643 0585,or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make arrangements to come and see you.