Teaching Generation of Electricity – Ideas for Data Analysis (Wind) Maths in Science | neilatkin63

If you want to move the teaching of electricity generation from the simplistic ‘facts’ about renewables and non-renewables there are some great resources available online that give you real and current data for analysis. This is ideal for

Current Generating State in the UK – Gridwatch  Shows Live Data – Daily , Weekly, Monthly and annual demand. This allows students to analyse why is demand lower on Sundays? In Summer?

It also gives a breakdown of how the energy demand was fulfilled using renewables and non-renewables.  The variable nature of wind and solar generation are very apparent….

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