Relay Stories

Internship spotlight: On the job experience in solar

Engineering student's experience working as a solar installer for a week

2018/19 School Year Report

49,804 face-to-face hours of green energy education

Feed the grid – Municipal composting to combat climate change

How food waste can help power our cities and towns.

Job profile: Engineering a successful career path

"I am in love with my job. I love working in the renewable power field. I find it extremely interesting working as a Generation Engineer. I experience excitement on the construction site or in the office. Learning new things every single day is very valuable for me."

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

In the near future technology will once again change our understanding and interaction within our society.

How to plan an amazing Field Trip

Five top tips for planning a memorable field trip for teachers and students

Do more with less: Simple steps to reduce energy consumption at home

Every watt of energy counts for something. Here are some simple actions you can take in your home

12th energy festival kicks off in Toronto

Relay Education's Kids' World of Energy Festival welcomes hundreds of people

A Science Fair and the Northern Lights in Nunavut

Executive Director Wes Normington recounts Relay's first visit to Nunavut

Trip to Northern Ontario

Heading east out of Thunder Bay, it’s easy to forget you are in Ontario. It’s awesome...