Under the cover of darkness, industry continues to expell smoke into the wind currents along the Mississippi River. This image was captured in Muscatine, Iowa as part of a 110-day expedition down the entire length of the river. For more information visit oldmanriverproject.com

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Using Waste Heat to Generate Electricity
Using Waste Heat to Generate Electricity Activity

Best For
9 - 12

Subjects
Language Arts, Geography, Science

Appropriate For

  • Educators

Students research waste heat technology and on-site electricity generation using a set of research questions. They identify an example of waste heat capture and use it as a case study. Then they create a podcast to explain how waste heat capture works, using their case study as an example.