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 Taylor Bookout, Dibble


“Harnessing Power from Ancient Civilizations”


Egyptian pyramids have been found


to be an efficient way of using the sun for energy...During research it has been found that the pyramids act as a prism causing high levels of energy to form, which can then be transferred into electricity...If we could find a way to harness the power generated by the pyramids, the energy would be clean and efficient, as well as profitable.


 Alexandra Stewart, Chickasha "The Stream of Energy”


We have used the wind, the sun and


fossil fuels to create energy, but what about water? The Gulf Stream’s current moves 24/7,...What if we were to put a generator in the current and as the water runs through it, it’ll create a wave of energy. The more waves created by this generator, the more energy will be produced...The Gulf Stream can also be used for warming up our water that we use. This way we will not be using excessive amounts of energy to warm up the constantly running water that we also waste.


 Kelsey Smith, Moore


"A More Productive and Proficient World" During the next few decades, electrical


energy will adjust and revise into a more dynamic and capable corporation. OEC is just one of the many advancing electrical companies. Over the next 75 years, there will be limitless additions and complications with electricity, but it can only improve from where it is now.


 Peyton Hayes, Blanchard “Win-Win-Wind”


Turbines are becoming more efficient


and more cost effective. A new “sailboat” turbine moves on pistons, which allows us to store the energy and/or utilize it for electricity. With this new technology, the turbine can produce up to 40% more energy than the common wind turbine and is 45% cheaper as well!


 Megan Ragsdale, Tuttle "The Next Seventy-Five Years”


For instance, advancements in


alternative energy are currently taking center stage. In the future I’m sure that a few scientific geniuses will develop new “green” methods for obtaining energy, and those innovations will change the scene of the electric industry.


 Payton Hammons, Chickasha “OEC and the Ability to Succeed”


Here in Oklahoma, it seems like the


abundance and availability of natural gas would make it a likely resource for generating electricity...Not only would this benefit OEC, but also the economy of Oklahoma.


 Patrick Bruce, Choctaw “Electric Innovations and Challenges” Another energy system that is new on


the scene is the Electroself...This device is a self-sufficient closed loop system that stores hydrogen generated from water and grid or other renewable electricity. It has a program which is able to detect when there is a power dip or outage which prompts it to start using the stored electricity. The only by-product of this entire operation is water.


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