About Energy Quest™ In-School
Energy Quest™ In-School is a fully interactive 40-minute, technology-based program that transforms students in grades 6–8 into home-energy investigators. Students explore a home and use visual cues to locate areas where electricity, water, or gas is being used. Upon locating these areas, students interact with a provided tablet to test their knowledge and learn about better energy-conservation methods. New lessons include electric vehicle charging stations, solar, heat pumps, smart thermometers, plus we introduce career opportunities.
Through this program, Eversource is offering an easy way for educators to provide students with a fun, no-cost program designed to teach them how to use energy efficiently in their daily lives. A limited number of dates are available so book early.
“The presentation was super fun and all of my students were extremely engaged during the game. They did a great job presenting the same useful science related information as well.”
Watch the Short Video Below to See How the Energy Quest™ Program Works.
How to Sign Up
Bring Energy Quest™ to Your School
Program requests are being accepted for September 2022–June 2023. Teachers can request the program by completing the form below. Once you submit your request, an Energy Quest™ team member will contact you by phone or email to schedule the program. All students will receive a small prize for participating and the top 3 students will win a gift card from an online retailer. For additional information or questions, email email@example.com.
All students receive a prize pack and the top three students in each class receive an online retailer gift card.
$10 gift card
$5 gift card
$5 gift card
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Take the Mass Save’s Online Home Energy Assessment and create your home-energy profile. You’ll get an estimate of potential energy savings and cost-effective upgrade advice. By taking the online assessment, you’ll learn if your home is a good candidate for an in-home assessment.