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Lecture Session 1

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September 16, 2020

Lecture Session 1

1. Home or School Energy Audit
2. Renew A Bean

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September 16, 2020
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  1. Taiwan Energy Workshop Google Classroom How to join our learning

    community! 1. Go to Google Classroom 2. You must have a gmail account! please create one that ends in gmail.com 3. Click on “+” symbol 4. Click “Join class” 5. Type in Class Code: gs6gxo 6. Click “Join” 7. Welcome!
  2. Energy Education and Energy Literacy Lecture Session No. 1 Wednesday

    8.21.19 2019 International Workshop on Energy Education Tainan, Taiwan Why Should We Care?
  3. Certifications • 7-12 Earth Science 7-12 Biology • 7-12 Math

    • N, K, Grades 1-6, with a 7-9 extension in General Science Courses • Living Environment • General Science • Biology Variance • Limnology • Regents Biology • Essentials Science • Earth Science • 7th grade Life Science • 8th grade Physical Science • Regents Algebra • Course 1 Math • AIS Science and Math Presenter - Andrea Inserra
  4. I use art, music, acting, and interactive technology so EVERY

    student can learn. My Identical Twin: Annette Hiked all 46 NYS mountains above 4000 ft (1.2 km)
  5. Presenter - Lisa Dunkelberg Science teacher at Potsdam Central School,

    Potsdam, N.Y. Degree with certification in Medical Laboratory Technology; a B.A. degree in Education majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry; a M.Sc. in Education Prior to teaching, I worked in a hospital laboratory. I have been teaching for 18 years and am a New York State Master Teacher.
  6. I was born and raised in Canada and immigrated to

    work in the United States. Family: my husband teaches social studies and we have 3 + 1 children and 2 dogs. Luke’s college graduation - Jordan, Mark, Luke, Gabby Daisy Bentley
  7. None
  8. Taiwan Energy Workshop Google Classroom How to join our learning

    community! 1. Go to Google Classroom 2. You must have a gmail account! please create one that ends in gmail.com 3. Click on “+” symbol 4. Click “Join class” 5. Type in Class Code: gs6gxo 6. Click “Join” 7. Welcome!
  9. Renew-a-Bean Activity Activity guide can be found in the Google

    Classroom and in the Energy Workshop Booklet!
  10. Renew-a-Bean Activity Before you begin: • Sources that provide the

    energy we use can be divided into renewable and non-renewable. • In this activity, each group will be given a bag of 100 “energy beans”. • White beans represent renewable energy sources. • Black beans represent non-renewable energy sources. • You will “use” the energy by picking beans from the bag. What will happen to these energy sources after many years of use?
  11. Your group should have: - one labelled bag (letter A,

    B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K) - IF your bag has a star on it, please add your data to Google sheets - someone can help you with this - small plastic bag - worksheet in your Energy Workbook - calculator and pencil What you will do: - one person picks out 10 beans from the bag without looking - this represent energy use in 1 year. Renew-a-Bean Activity
  12. Renew-a-Bean Activity - count the black and white beans and

    record the number on Part 1 worksheet - white beans (renewable) are returned to the labelled bag - black beans (non-renewable) are placed into the small plastic bag - another person picks 10 beans from the bag (year 2), counts, records, and returns the white beans into the bag - repeat until 20 years have passed or black beans are gone
  13. - If time, complete Part 2 - Simulation of Annual

    Consumption of Energy - because the world population is increasing, increase your bean collection by 2 beans - use Part 2 worksheet - year 1 collect 10 beans, count, record and return white beans - year 2 collect 12 beans, count, record and return white beans, etc. - continue until there are no more black beans left Renew-a-Bean Activity
  14. Renew-a-Bean Activity RENEWABLE RESOURCES - a natural resource which will

    replenish to replace the portion that was depleted NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCES - a resource that cannot be readily replaced by natural means to keep up with consumption Please begin. :)
  15. Reveal! If you have a star on your bag, please

    enter your data. Go to Google Classroom - Wed 21/8/19, Lecture Session 1, Renew-A-Bean Activity Data: Part 1 Renew-a-Bean Activity A - Norway B - Taiwan C - Philippians D - Japan E - China F - Vietnam G - United States H - Canada I - India J - South Korea K - North Korea
  16. Discussion: ❖ What did you notice about the number of

    years it took with bags that had a lot of black (non- renewable energy sources) beans? ❖ What did you notice about the number of years it took with bags that had a small number of black beans? Renew-a-Bean Activity A - Norway B - Taiwan C - Philippians D - Japan E - China F - Vietnam G - United States H - Canada I - India J - South Korea K - North Korea
  17. Source: https://www.moeaboe.gov.tw/ECW/english/content/ContentLink.aspx?menu_id=1540 KLOE = thousand “liters oil equivalent” = amount

    of energy in 1000 Liters of Oil 1 barrel oil = 159 L = 6.1 GJ Energy Consumption, Taiwan, 2002-2017 What Are We Using?
  18. Renew-a-Bean Activity Letter on Bag Country % Renewable % Non-renewable

    A Norway 98 2 B Taiwan 4 96 C Philippinas 24 76 D Japan 15 85 E China 25 75 F Vietnam 39 61 G United States 15 85 H Canada 65 35 I India 17 83 J South Korea 3 97 K North Korea 76 24 Let’s put that in order ……….…..
  19. Renew-a-Bean Activity Country % renewable % non-renewable A Norway 98

    2 K North Korea 76 24 H Canada 65 35 F Vietnam 39 61 E China 25 75 C Philippians 24 76 I India 17 83 D Japan 15 85 G United States 15 85 B Taiwan 4 96 J South Korea 3 97
  20. Global Energy Situation Energy Resources & Energy Consumption

  21. Location of the World’s Main Fossil Reserves Total Global Reserves

    (2018), Coal: 1,055.8 thousand million tons Oil: 244.1 thousand million tons Natural Gas: 6,951.8 million cubic feet
  22. Reserves to Production Ratio (R/P) (R, amount of reserves) -----------------

    (P, amount extracted/yr) Years of supply remaining at current extraction rate = Coal = 132 years (in 2000, coal > 200 years) Oil = 50 years Natural gas = 51 years What are the assumptions in these figures? https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/energy-economics/statistical-review-of-world-energy.html
  23. World Oil, Proved Reserves 1980-2013 2017 data http://www.africoalenergyreview.com/ Source: https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/World-Proved-Oil-Reserves-Data-A-Work-Of-Fiction.html

    Billion barrels of oil
  24. World Natural Gas, Proved Reserves 1960-2013 2017 data http://www.africoalenergyreview.com/ Source:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_natural_gas_proven_reserves#/media

    /File:World_Gas_Reserves.png
  25. Nevertheless … Resource R/P (years) COAL ~132 OIL ~50 NATURAL

    GAS ~51 How old will you be in 50 years?
  26. http://asrc.albany.edu/people/faculty/perez/

  27. Source: http://www.eia.doe.gov Industrial Revolution Note the units Quadrillion BTU =

    “QUAD” 10^15; 1 BTU = 1.055 KJ Trends in Energy Consumption (World)
  28. Global Energy Consumption TWh = Terawatt hours

  29. The Picture Today 2015 data http://www.afri coalenergyrevie w.com/

  30. Gtoe = Gigatonne (10^12 tonne) oil equivalent = 41.868EJ =

    39.68 Quad (U.S. uses ~1 Quad) What We Use - Globally
  31. Who Is Using It? Global Energy Statistical Yearbook, 2018 (https://yearbook.enerdata.net/total-

    energy/world-consumption-statistics.html)
  32. Who Is Using It Per Capita?

  33. None
  34. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD - 1961) 18%

    of the 2010 world population, 36 countries in all, in North America (3) South America (1) Europe (28 countries) Asia/Oceana (4) Promote policies that will improve the economic and social well-being of people around the world. • Provides a forum for governments to work together • Monitor economic development, trade, overall health and well being, etc. • Recommend policies to improve the quality of life www.oecd.org
  35. US, CA, China Trends in per capita energy consumption 2000

    2000 WORLD Put this information together with Renew-A-Bean.
  36. Presenter - Andrew Calderwood ➢ Liverpool High School Earth Science

    Teacher (21 years) ➢ Professional Geologist (10 years) ➢ Master Teacher Fellow (4 years) ➢ Educational interests include: ◦ Experiential Learning ◦ Placed-based Education ◦ Authentic Learning
  37. Ireland 25th Anniversary

  38. Abby Ethan Bryce

  39. Africa

  40. Iceland

  41. None
  42. Research Cruise

  43. Fall Field Camp

  44. Let’s Talk About Taiwan’s Energy Profile

  45. Fossil Fuel Consumption, Taiwan, 1965- 2016 www.ourworldindata.org

  46. Where does Taiwan’s Energy come from? Source: https://www.moeaboe.gov.tw/ECW/english/content/ContentLink.aspx?menu_id=1540

  47. Energy Consumption, Taiwan, 2002-2017 How Are We Using It? Source:

    https://www.moeaboe.gov.tw/ECW/english/content/ContentLink.aspx?menu_id=1540
  48. Sankey Diagram - Taiwan Source: https://www.moeaboe.gov.tw/ECW/english/content/ContentLink.aspx?menu_id=1540 146.64 KLOE 85.26 KLOE

    61.38 KLOE Missing!
  49. Sankey Diagram – U.S. Source: https://flowcharts.llnl.gov/

  50. Interpreting Sankey Diagrams (Sample Questions) • Which energy resource provides

    most of our energy in Taiwan? • How much of Taiwan’s energy comes from renewable energy resources? • Which sectors use the most energy in Taiwan? • Which energy resource is used to generate the most electricity in Taiwan?
  51. Interpreting Sankey Diagrams Activity guide can be found in the

    Google Classroom!
  52. How Does Taiwan’s Energy Profile Impact Its Energy Security?

  53. Energy Security The New York Times Amazon.com https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/thomas_friedman_473466?src=t_energy_security

  54. Energy Security Energy security is the association between national security

    and the availability of natural resources for energy consumption. - Wikipedia Azzuni, A., & Breyer, C. (2017). Definitions and dimensions of energy security: A literature review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment,7(1), 1-34. doi:10.1002/wene.268
  55. Energy Security Availability Diversity Cost Technology Efficiency Location Timeframe Resilience

    Environment Health Culture Literacy Employment Policy Military Dimensions & Parameters Azzuni, A., & Breyer, C. (2017). Definitions and dimensions of energy security: A literature review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment,7(1), 1-34. doi:10.1002/wene.268
  56. Energy Security International Energy Security Risk Index. (2015, May 12).

    Retrieved July 8, 2019, from https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/international-energy-security-risk-index
  57. International Energy Security Risk Index. (2015, May 12). Retrieved July

    8, 2019, from https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/international-energy-security-risk-index International Energy Security Risk Index. (2015, May 12). Retrieved July 8, 2019, from https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/international-energy-security-risk-index
  58. International Energy Security Risk Index. (2015, May 12). Retrieved July

    8, 2019, from https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/international-energy-security-risk-index International Energy Security Risk Index. (2015, May 12). Retrieved July 8, 2019, from https://www.globalenergyinstitute.org/international-energy-security-risk-index
  59. Why are Fossil Fuels so Popular? https://society6.com/product/fossil-fuel-jqf_print

  60. Why Do We Use the Resources We Do? 1. Rounds

    1, 2, and 3 you have one minute to complete as many problems as you can. 2. Round 4 you have two minutes… 3. How does this exercise simulate how we currently look at energy acquisition?
  61. Let’s Get Personal How Do We Use Energy? Before we

    can change our energy consumption, we must first understand our own personal electric consumption. https://www.taipower.com.tw /en/page.aspx?mid=393
  62. Your Own Energy Consumption 1. Take out your own Taiwan

    Power Company energy bill that you brought from home. 1. Look at lines F and G. 1. The Taiwan Power Company has helpful links on their website to help you understand your electricity consumption. https://www.taipower.com.tw /en/page.aspx?mid=393
  63. Your current electricity consumption https://www.taipower.com.tw/upload/384/384_02 .png F. Amount Consumption (kWh)

    G. Average of Daily Consumption (We will use this amount in our Carbon Footprint Interactive Calculator coming up soon)
  64. G. Average of Daily Consumption F. Amount Consumption (kWh)

  65. Andrea’s bill for July 2019

  66. (We will use this amount in our Carbon Footprint Interactive

    Calculator coming up soon)
  67. Home or School Energy Audit My personal audit…. “Personal Energy

    Meter” Activity guide can be found in the Google Classroom and Energy Workshop Booklet!
  68. Appliance Day 1 Hours Day 2 Hours Day 3 Hours

    Day 4 Hours Day 5 Hours Day 6 Hours Day 7 Hours Total Hours Wattage Watt- hrs Total kWh Energy Cost Television 4 2 6 300 1800 1.8 .27 Computer 2 2 5 1 2 5 5 22 150 3300 3.3 .04 Printer .5 .5 19 9.5 .01 .001 Coffee maker 1 1 1 1 1 5 1400 7000 7 1.05 Microwave oven .1 .1 750 75 .75 .01 Toaster .1 .1 .2 1000 200 .2 .03 Vacuum cleaner .25 .25 .5 650 325 .325 .05 Toothbrush .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.75 7 12.25 .01225 .001 Hair dryer .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .1 .7 1200 840 .84 .13 Fans 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 22 100 2200 22 .33 Total for Week: 6.35 6.7 13.45 7.95 6.35 8.6 9.35 58.75 5,576 15,761.7 5 36.237 25 1.912 Energy cost based on total kWh (kilowatt-hours) x cost per kWh. Use $0.15/kWh Personal Energy Meter - Lisa
  69. ”Personal Energy Meter - Leaking Electricity” - Lisa Appliance Day

    1 Hours Day 2 Hours Day 3 Hours Day 4 Hours Day 5 Hours Day 6 Hours Day 7 Hours Total Hours Leaking Wtts Total Watt Hours Leaked Total kWh Energy Cost $ TV 24 24 20 22 24 24 24 162 8 1296 1.300 .20 Computer 22 22 19 23 22 10 10 128 10 1280 1.28 .20 Total for week 46 46 39 45 46 34 34 290 18 2776 2.58 .40 Energy cost based on total kWh (kilowatt-hours) x cost per kWh. Use $0.15/kWh
  70. Home or School Energy Audit Questions: What was the appliance

    that was the most energy costly? Which appliance did you use the most throughout the week? Was your computer leaking the most energy for the week? How can you make your home more energy efficient? Find tips and information in your Energy Workshop packet. *Gabby’s experience with her first apartment!!
  71. Calculator (open the link to this activity) https://ccis.epa.gov.tw/media/CarbonTool

  72. The Take-Away: The 2 Biggest Contributors to Energy Consumption 1.

    Electricity Consumption 1. Transportation https://tnimage.taiwannews.com.tw/photos/shares/5ab07bf10ba38.j https://www.romaniajournal.ro/wp- content/uploads/2016/12/electricity-consumption.jpg
  73. Lunch Break