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Simple Vertical Axis Wind Turbine


Pelton Wheel Drive MicroHydro Plant


Build Your Own Wind Turbine System


Installation of a 5-kW Solar Photovoltaic System in Ottawa


Opening of the New
"Energy: Power to Choose"
Exhibition at the Canada Science and Technology Museum
September 27, 2011

The production, distribution and consumption of energy have social,    economic, and environmental implications that are influenced by available    resources and the choices we make. In this interactive new exhibition, plug    in to practical tips to reduce energy consumption. Produce your own    electricity with the Museum's human hamster wheel. Interact with a map of    Canada that identifies locations where energy is produced and where    distribution of major sources of energy takes place. Youíll be shocked to    discover that one producer of energy are the Museumís electric eels!


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The Human Hamster Wheel Interactive, Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa: Sep 27, 2011

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Contra-Rotating Wind Energy Converter, Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa: Sep 27, 2011


Micro Hydro System, Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawa: Sep 27, 2011

Three successful projects developed by uOttawa engineering students for the Museum of Science and Technology in 2011