PES RES (Renewable Energy in Schools) for kids

The PES RES for kids is part of the PES NwB (Networking without Borders) project drive by PES CSAC (Chapters SAC) and PES volunteers across the world. The 2018 PES Day team made the first 2 designs for this project. We had the first worldwide visits with PES RES for kids in the last week of April part of the 2018 PES Day celebration. Also, we had many visits with PES RES for kids part of the 2018 PES HAC (Humanitarian Activities Committee) ambassador program.

The main plan will be creating a collaborative coloring book with PES chapters and PES volunteers across the world. Each page and design will have local PES chapter or IEEE unit name. The PES RES for kids main proposal will be PES volunteers and PES chapters visit schools to inspire and teach renewable energy for kids (4 to 10 years old) with free online coloring book

The PES RES for kids will be one of the 4 main 2019 PES Day activities

If you would like to work without borders and inspire kids around the world, then make a PES RES visit in schools or send us your design:
ieee.pes.csac@gmail.com

 

Activity form (IEEE PES RES for kids)

Submit your new activity part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

Toolkit: IEEE PES RES for kids

Version 1: Solar Power (house)

Antuanett Damian (PES student volunteer) made this version 1. She is part of PES Day design team.

Thanks for your great support as PES volunteer and help us to start IEEE PES RES for kids with this drawing.

Version 2: Wind Power (world)

Antuanett Damian (PES student volunteer) made this version 1. She is part of PES Day design team.

Thanks for your great support as PES volunteer and help us to start IEEE PES RES for kids with this drawing.

Version 3: Solar Power (superhero)

Nallely Hernandez Sanchez (PES YP volunteer) sent us this version 3 to represent PES YP volunteers from IEEE Puebla Section (Mexico, IEEE Region 9).

Thanks for your great support as PES volunteer and help us to improve PES RES for kids with a new drawing.

Support material to IEEE PES RES for kids 

Project logo without background

Activities part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

1st activity part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

 

Date: April 27, 2018

IEEE unit: PES SB chapter: UTP PES student chapter Pes Utp 

Country: Peru

City: Lima

IEEE Peru Section

IEEE Region 9

2nd activity part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

 

Date: May 3, 2018

PES unit: IEEE PES Young Professionals

Country: Brazil

City: São Vicente, Sao Paulo

IEEE South Brazil Section

IEEE Region 9

 

Description:

The PES YP membership development coordinator, Thiago Alencar, taught renewable energy to 50 elementary school students from 4 to 10 years old. They had opportunity to learn about solar power, wind power, fuel cell (hydrogen power), importance of good nutrition for human body energy, difference between renewable and non-renewable energy (oil with organic matter thousands of years old) as part of PES Day celebration with designs of the IEEE PES RES for kids.

3rd activity part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

 

Date: November 13, 2018

PES unit: Univ De Tucuman Nacional PES student chapter

Country: Argentina

City: San Miguel de Tucumán, Tucumán

IEEE Argentina Section

IEEE Region 9

Description:

BIOMASS IN THE SCHOOLS
Chapter volunteers and PES HAC Ambassadors visited a Primary School in Villa Carmela, Tucumán. The purpose of the visit was to raise awareness of the importance of renewable energies and biomass for 5th and 6th grade children. This task is part of the plan of activities of PES HAC as PES RES. We thank Carmen Andrade Zamora for facilitating access to the School.

 

4th activity part of the IEEE PES RES for kids

 

Date: November 28, 2018

PES unit: University of Sri Lanka PES student chapter

Country: Sri Lanka

IEEE Sri Lanka Section

IEEE Region 10

Description:

The Open University of Sri Lanka PES student chapter volunteers taught renewable energy to 35 elementary school students (7 years old) and 80 high school students (14 and 15 years old). They applied PES RES for kids coloring drawings to students with 7 years old. Later, they made competition about how students can apply renewable energy to make a better world by 2038. These 2 activities had focus on UN Sustainable Goals and PES HAC (Humanitarian Activities Committee) activities.