PNM Fund Awards ‘ Energy Exploration Grants ‘ to Teachers in New York City, New Mexico

PNM Fund with a general interest for the energy Exploration Grants up to $ 2,000 each recently 38 teachers throughout its service territory of New Mexico.


Diane Harrison Ogawa, a division of the Executive Director of the PNM fund the Foundation’s press release resources-PNM “Energy Exploration Grants supported by the New Mexico for teachers who wish to engage their students in the fields of energy, the economy and quality of life in a critical topic, topic,” said.


Albuquerque, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Rio Rancho, Las Vegas (N.M.), Deming, alamogordo, New Mexico, Bernalillo, Ruidoso, Tularosa and Sandia Park teachers received grants in the year 2010.


Among the projects financed under the guarantee are:

Rio Gallinas School Ecology and Arts, Las Vegas, N.M., teacher John James McLeod: “how to us the school saves our wind turbine energy?”St Michael high school, Santa Fe, teacher Dave k. Janecek: “How can We power our outdoor scoreboards, solar energy with?”Chaparral Elementary School, Deming, teacher Laura Victoria Krol: “how solar energy can be used in your home?”White Mountain Elementary School, Ruidoso, teacher Laura Marlene Bryant: “what controls the energy absorption in transmission and reflection activities in the field of musical instruments sound?”San Felipe de Neri School, Albuquerque, teacher Karen r. Campau: “how nanotechnology is used to reduce the use of our energy and carbon footprint?”Santa Fe Girls School, Santa Fe, the teacher Will Barnes: “How is a solar panel design to promote energy production and can be one pane to the high temperatures in our energy and produces enough electricity to greenhouse gases and to keep our vegetable crops in winter?”

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