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Try this site from the California Energy Commission to learn about energy use in your daily life. It includes sections on transportation, energy news, how things work, and the Energy Time Machine, an interactive timeline.
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Access Rights: Free access
Restriction: © 2002
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Keyword: energy related activities
Record Creator: by Bruce Mason
Record Updated: Dec 01, 2003 by Kara Chiodo
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