What are environmentally-friendly ways to generate electricity? How does a fuel cell work, and how can you use one to produce hydrogen? In the future, renewables will become our most important sources of energy. This set illustrates the generation, storage, and use of electricity produced from natural sources like water, wind, and the sun using different models and a wide variety of experiments. The powerful solar module can be attached in many different ways for flexible use in the models. The included Gold Cap is used for energy storage, and can slowly emit the stored energy. The fuel cell vividly shows how water is split into its two components hydrogen and oxygen. This awakens students’ interest in future energy forms and trains them on key skills. Green Energy can be used in supervised and unsupervised learning, and sets the standard at many schools for how to approach the topic of renewable energies.
Additional Teaching Material:
Innovative fischertechnik learning materials support you in teaching technical concepts in a practical way and introducing them to your secondary school and college students or your apprentices.The included didactic activity booklet with teacher and instructional materials offers display models and tasks to help you quickly prepare lessons, and includes problems with solutions, handouts, and copy templates.Teaching materials are available for free download from the eLearning portal: www.fischertechnik-elearning.com
The total of 390 fischertechnik parts are clearly divided into two sorting inserts. Everything is delivered in a sturdy storage box, along with easy to understand assembly instructions for 19 models of different difficulty levels.
- Generation, storage and use of electrical power from water, wind and sun
- Other energy sources: Fuell cell