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Green Energy

Energy makes things happen

Fact: Recycling one glass bottle saves enough energy to run a TV for 3 hours or to light a traditional light bulb for four hours.

 

Located in a 250sqm hall, the exhibition's innovative design uses its large space creatively to create a spectacular vision of displays. The Green Energy exhibition focuses on the role and use of alternative energy sources, and provides visitors with an innovative experience of exploration and discovery. It demonstrates the production and usage of alternative energy resources, in comparison to fossil fuels used today. The term “Green Energy” refers to all measures that can be taken in order to use energy in an efficient, economical, wise and suitable for any goal in our everyday life. The Green Energy exhibition exposes professionals, as well as the general public to concepts of renewable energy and methods of energy conservation to sustain electricity and water.

Display for example: hydroelectric energy
Waterfalls hoard large amounts of energy. By placing correctly a paddlewheel at the waterfall area, it is possible to convert some of the kinetic energy created by the water falling from above, to electric energy. The display “Hydroelectric energy” invites you to open the faucet, let the water flow in the stream and see how the water move the wheel, which moves the see through turbine. The turbine produces enough electricity to light four light bulbs.

A visit to the Green Energy exhibition is something you owe yourselves and our environment.
Curator: Dr. Tal Berman

The exhibition received support from the Rasin family, The Israel Electric Corporation, Bazan group, EAPC - Eilat Ashkelon Pipeline Company, Ormat Technologies, Dor Alon, Phoenicia, Solel and Solatube.

 

 

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