Relay Stories

So, what exactly is energy storage?

Energy storage is important as more renewable energy projects are added to the grid because it brings stability to the on and off power sources.

Workshops generate excitement and learning in Upper Grand School Board

This story is about Relay Education working with a school board in Ontario, during the pandemic, to bring interactive Science and Technology workshops into many schools within the school board district.

2021-2022 Programming Overview

Relay Education programs are available virtually and in-person to best serve your students exciting, interactive and educational workshops this school year.

What can I do for Truth and Reconciliation Day?

It's a day to honour the lost children, victims and survivors of residential schools. Learn of the lasting and ongoing impacts on Indigenous peoples, as well as find out ways to show support.

Solar training improves skills​ and career opportunities for​ Cowessess young adults

"The Relay program helped me further my solar career. It's been a push in the direction that I'm trying to go."

Saugeen Ojibway Nation kids learn about solar and wind energy

We went outside to race solar cars and were greeted by a Snowy Owl which is a rare treat

2020/21 School Year Report

22,482 hours of interactive learning about clean energy and the green economy

Virtual science festival teaches students across Canada about energy

"This is amazing! The best virtual experience that I have had teaching."

Relay partners with Mining Matters to reach students in Nunavut

141 educational activity kits were sent to five Inuit communities in the Kitikmeot Region of Nunavut. 400 students will learn about the importance of wind energy and more.

Spring brings new Relay workshops

Learn about the new workshops we've added to our online programming