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Re: [hreg] Re: Request for speakers & Free stuff

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  • Greg Myers
    Nina, For the Field Trip in the Houston area, hands down, I suggest Sheldon Lake State Park & Environmental Learning Center :
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 22, 2006

      For the Field Trip in the Houston area, hands down, I suggest Sheldon Lake
      State Park & Environmental Learning Center :


      Texas Parks & Wildlife has spent about $2.5M on this park recently. They
      have made over this park into a renewable energy showcase with a Renewable
      energy demonstration area. Installed last year includes:

      -Solar Tracking Array (approx 1 KW installed by Meridian Solar)
      -Solar Non-Tracking Array (approx 1.2KW installed by Meridian Solar)
      -Wind Generator (installed by West TAMU)
      -Passive Solar Hot Water Heater
      -Geothermal HVAC System for a classroom & lab buildings.
      -SMA Sunnyboy Grid Tie Inverters
      -SMA Windyboy Grid Tie Inverter

      The tracking solar array has a manual overide and large dial wattmeter so
      you can point it
      any direction & see what happens to production.

      You can monitor production from these systems as well as much other data at
      the following
      web site:


      Also, in case you did not know, Texas State Energy Conservation Office has
      Lesson Plans for Grades 4 through High School at:


      Feel free to call me to discuss further.

      Greg Myers
      Gulfcoast Solar & Wind
      1909 Oak Hollow Dr. East
      Pearland, TX 77581
      (713) 398-9127

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "ninalynn62" <ninacorley@...>
      To: <hreg@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, August 22, 2006 9:07 AM
      Subject: [hreg] Re: Request for speakers & Free stuff

      > -I teach a 4th/5th grade class in galveston...and this year am going
      > to be doing a lot of work on renewable forms of energy/alternative
      > forms of energy and concentrating on solar...with the use of a grant I
      > got for my classroom...I too would be very interested in having a
      > speaker come out and talk to my class...the culmination of our project
      > is for my class to draw up a viable plan for solar panels for our
      > school.... so that perhaps in the future we can apply for grants to
      > buy them...I would also like to take my students on a field trip so
      > see some places that have solar panels already in place....if anyone
      > has any speaker suggestions or places they would suggest that would
      > give the kids a good view of solar panels...please let me know...
      > thanks so much
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