Looking for some new online activities for kids? Visit our e-smart kids page for a variety of educational, energy and safety-related activities.
Are you searching for ways to keep your kids learning while schools are closed? Check out the ENERGY STAR kids portal for energy and environment-related facts and activities for your children.
If you’re searching for some energy-saving tasks for your children, there are a number of online resources to help. Visit the Environmental Protection Agency and National Energy Education Development websites for some information and activities. You can also download this printable coloring page from Project Energy Savers to get started.
Did you know that many organizations are providing virtual tours and field trips to museums and other educational sites? Kids can take a virtual trip to the Museum of Nuclear Science and History and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory for some exciting and informational facts about the energy industry. To explore other locations, visit the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s Energy Kids portal.
Energy Savings Plan - If you’re searching for ways to reduce your home’s energy consumption, utilize Eversource’s free Energy Savings Plan to receive information on how you can save. The tool will use data from your account and answers to a quick survey to create a personalized plan for reducing your energy use and cutting utility costs.