Every student should know how to use energy safely and responsibly. Explore ways to make energy lessons easy, effective and fun.
Take an interactive field trip to the Smart Energy Hub.
ComEd offers field trips to two interactive education centers, located within view of its area training centers. Open to grades K-12, participants learn about the history and science of electricity, how energy relates to their daily lives, ways to save energy and better manage their energy use, and the benefits of the smart grid. Each field trip is 90 minutes long.
Explore the story of electricity and learn how energy is changing to improve the way we work and play – all with a chance to interact with real line personnel in training!
Engage in a state-of-the-art, interactive experience and discover how the future of smart energy is in motion right now across northern Illinois.
A ComEd engineer can visit your classroom or school.
Are you interested in having a ComEd engineer visit your classroom or school for a presentation on energy, electricity or careers in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM)? Fill out our request form to tell us about your school opportunity! Visits are scheduled throughout the school year based on certain criteria.
Super Savers educate students and families about using energy wisely.
ComEd, Nicor Gas, Peoples Gas and North Shore Gas have partnered to offer schools the opportunity to teach students and their families how to use less energy at home.
Enroll in Super Savers today. Teachers will receive FREE energy efficiency curriculum and resources. Students will receive a free take-home kit that includes energy-saving products to install at home that result in electricity, natural gas and water savings. This information will allow the students to share money- and energy-saving tips with their families.
Visit the Super Savers website and enroll today.
Students serve as ambassadors at local events.
The ComEd Youth Ambassador Program is a six-week summer program for high school students, ages 14 to 18. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about smart meters, the benefits of solar power, and how to manage energy use. The students then serve as ambassadors at local community events throughout the summer, helping peers, neighbors and residents better understand how they can take advantage of smart meter technology, as well as better manage their energy use.
The application for the 2018 program is now open.
Request ComEd to speak at an upcoming event.