KidWind Project
2523 27th Ave, South, Minneapolis, MN 55406
651-917-0079

KidWind Project

Quick Info
Mission: 
The KidWind Project is a team of teachers, students, engineers, and practitioners exploring the science behind wind and other renewable forms of energy. Our goal is to make renewable energy widely accessible through hands-on activities which are challenging, engaging and teach basic science and engineering principles.
Year Established: 
2004
Employees: 
3
Company Details
About Us: 

KidWind provides curriculum, teacher workshops, student challenges, hands-on kits, and community outreach events to teach the science behind renewable energy sources like wind and solar power.

Dedication to Community: 
KidWind trains teachers, provides free curriculum, and holds student competitions on wind energy throughout the state of MN. Our Renewable Energy Challenge in St. Paul brings in students throughout the metro area to compete in wind turbine design, solar boat races, and energy topic debates. We partner with the wind industry to provide engaging education and outreach events to K-12 students across the country.
Contact Info
Michael Arquin
2523 27th Ave, South, Minneapolis, MN 55406
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