Mission: To increase energy knowledge and leadership skills through energy education materials and leadership training workshops.
Programs: The organization organized and presented educational workshop seminars focusing on local and world energy issues. In the current fiscal year there were 15 youth energy summits, 8 workshops/fairs, 2 energy bike programs with 9 energy bikes, 4,835 students directly involved, and 71,109 students indirectly involved. There were also 79 professional developments and 2,728 teachers participated. 921 schools represented at a program and 29 customized programs. There were 11 public events in the communities. 42,847 home energy efficiency kits were distributed with 569 teachers participating.