EMAEE.org
So you think you're an energy expert?
As oil prices near record highs, U.S. energy major Chevron is inviting people to deal with a potential future energy supply crunch in an online game called Energyville, which uses real data and scenarios to power a city until 2030.

Players in the free game, designed by The Economist Group, can choose from sources such as biomass, natural gas, nuclear and petroleum, with oil shale and hydrogen being added to the mix by 2015. Players can also invest in energy efficiency.

The game can be accessed through the Web site, www.willyoujoinus.com -- an energy discussion forum and a slogan for a Chevron campaign advocating green energy and looking to recruit people.

More info can be found in this Yahoo News article about the energy game.

Last Updated on September 6th, 2007 1:08 pm by admin
 
Comments
RE: So you think you're an energy expert?
There are no comments for this article.

 
 




AEECenter.org

Mentoring Opportunity

EMAEE.org

This month's sponsor

Information on becoming a monthly sponsor

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional

Valid CSS!