MTEMC provides a number of programs about electrical safety and the many uses of electricity.
These are available to audiences of all ages and can be scheduled for almost any time.
Electrical Safety and Awareness
This 30-minute program is an introduction to electricity and its safe use. Various films or videos are shown that are appropriate for all age groups. Includes powerline demonstration for ages eight and up.
Energy and the Environment
This 45-minute program outlines the various methods of producing energy and the impact of each on the environment. Special emphasis is placed on the greenhouse effect and the rain forests. For ages 10 and up.
Electric Generation, Transmission and Distribution
This 30-minute program covers energy production methods in the Tennessee Valley and details the path of electricity from raw material to the end user. Presentation can be tailored for ages 10 and up.
This 50-minute program examines the movement of electrons, circuits, grounding and more. The differences between static and current electricity are studied. Group participation in an electrostatic generator demonstration is optional. Suggested for ages 10 and up.
The Awakening of Rural America
This 30-minute program examines the process of electrifying the rural United States from the 1880s to World War II. Presentation includes a 10-minute video. Suitable for ages 10 through adult.
We also offer presentations, displays and demonstrations for various groups of all ages. A wide variety of energy-related printed material is available.