The Solar Rollers program allows students to really push the envelope without pushing the physical limits of a human being inside the car. Faster acceleration than a Tesla. Faster scale top speed than a Bugatti Veyron. And they're getting faster every year...Read More
Energetics Education and Solar Rollers blog
As future consumers and professionals, young people need to know more about energy and engineering . Nepris effectively connects them to industry professionals like you so you can share your perspective and knowledge.Read More
Many thanks to the SunPower corporation for providing their exceptional PV cells, and to SunPower Foundation for vital support of Energetics Education and the Solar Rollers program.Read More
Come to Beaver Creek for the 2015 Vail Global Energy Forum and see the energy industry's biggest players attempt to keep a Solar Roller under control.Read More
Noah Davis, Executive Director of Energetics Ed, is on his way to the Texas State Capitol to present Solar Rollers to the STEM Workforce Council and the Texas legislative session. Austin is already proving to be quite receptive to the Solar Rollers program and we're eager to see what response we get from the decision-makers in the Capitol building. And of course everyone wants an answer to the crucial question "will security allow a few Solar Rollers donuts on the carpet?" Strictly for educational purposes of course.
Colorado Mountain College is running an exciting new class in Social Entrepreneurship - a bustling and rapidly evolving sector here in the Roaring Fork Valley. Energetics Education is honored to be working directly with CMC students to explore and directly address some of the challenges facing a start-up nonprofit. Students will be working with Energetics Education to develop sample strategic plans, grant applications and other materials that support the venture while building relevant student skills. We're stoked and glad to formally connect with CMC and with Angie Davlyn, who is creating and leading this remarkable course.