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  • Leon County Solar Celebration

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    Solar United Neighbors invites you to celebrate solar successes throughout the Leon County, including all of the participants who have gone solar through the Leon County Solar Co-op! Learn about exciting new ways to get involved with Solar United Neighbors and connect with fellow co-op participants, solar homeowners, and residents who are interested in solar.

    Light appetizers and beverages will be provided. We're looking forward to celebrating with you!

  • 2019 Regional Energy Whiz Olympics Expo

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    2019 Energy Whiz!

    This competition is an opportunity for local students from third grade and up (through high school) to use and demonstrate their science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) knowledge, creative thinking, teamwork to design and build small solar powered model cars, solar cookers and create a dish in that same cooker.

    General Information:

    Energy Whiz Introduction

    Energy Whiz Schedule

    Solar Car Kit Information


    Registration Documents:

    Solar Cook-Off Registration

    Solar Sprint Registration

    Assumption of Risk and Release Form

    Scholarship Application


    Rules and Guidelines:

    Solar Sprint Rules

    Solar Cook-Off Rules

  • 2019 Summer Energy Camp

    Summer Energy Camp 2019

    Camp Details:

    Session 1: July 8-12

    Session 2: July 22-26

    Before and aftercare: 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

    Costs: $160 per session


    Camp Description:

    Energy Camp is led by our team of interns and volunteers with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) as the curriculum. It is for grades 3-6 and focuses on issues such as impacts from fossil fuel usage and options with renewable energy. Children learn to make a solar oven, fix their bikes, create solar bugs, and more. The camp recognizes and teaches about energy issues beyond electrical consumption; for instance, the camp addresses the ties between energy and food, energy and water, and energy and transportation. The campers also go on multiple field trips such as traveling to local farms to talk about the importance and sustainability of growing their own food. Children are given hands-on experience in urban planning as we look at various forms of alternative transportation, and the planning required for cities to support them.