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Hydrogen Energy and Climate Change Educator Guide from MIT's TILclimate Podcast

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About This Lesson

Hydrogen has the potential to replace fossil fuels in many sectors of the economy. Students learn about how (and where) hydrogen can be produced from renewable energy, how batteries and fuel cells work, and where hydrogen could replace fossil fuels. They are challenged to explain batteries and fuel cells to another audience. 

SWBAT

  • Compare and contrast a battery and a fuel cell.
  • Describe how hydrogen is generated.
  • Understand how and where hydrogen might be able to replace fossil fuels.

Skills

  • Comparing and contrasting
  • Communication
  • Map-reading
  • Graph reading

Resources

Files

TILclimate Hydrogen Energy Educator Guide FULL.pdf

Activity
July 12, 2022
808.75 KB

How to Use TILclimate Educator Guides.pdf

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July 12, 2022
314.92 KB

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