Enter the ATEEC Interactive Learning Lab and you’ll find out about the fundamentals of energy, how it works, and technologies that are being innovated to improve efficiency.

The Quad Cities’ very own energy lab, open to the public or by appointment. The lab staff can customize learning sessions for students to teach them about energy and new technologies.

Our wind turbine nacelle is almost life-sized. Sit inside our nacelle theater and learn about wind power.

Learn about solar power at our lab. Did you know Iowa is well suited for solar power? Join us to learn more.

Enhance your knowledge by testing different blade configurations. The shape and angle of a wind turbine’s blades have a huge impact on how much energy it produces. Can you design a blade?

At the lab, we encourage exploration and learning. Best of all, our admission is free.

Have you ever wondered about geothermal power? Learn how it works in a residential home or commercial business.

Our interactive Green House allows you to make decisions about the home that affect its efficiency. Come explore our innovative learning station.

From the deep fryer come those tasty french fries, but did you know it can also generate diesel fuel for transportation? Learn all about it in our lab.

All of our learning stations allow for tactile learning. ATEEC believes in learning by doing and we make it fun at the Interactive Learning Lab!

iJAG – Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates

Mr. Nicholas Youngblood, iJAG Education Specialist, brought 25 Davenport Central High School 11th/12th grade students to explore the Interactive Learning Lab. iJAG is a premier nonprofit organization connecting business and education to provide the most cost-effective dropout prevention and school-to-career solutions in Iowa. Students in the iJAG program have trouble succeeding in a conventional classroom […]

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240 Wood Intermediate School students tour ATEEC and the Putnam Museum!!

The ATEEC Interactive Learning Lab partnered with the Putnam Museum to host 240 students from Wood Intermediate School. The students were divided into four rotating groups. Three groups toured the Putnam and spent time in every exhibit area including the mummy display in Unearthing Ancient Egypt, and watched “Tornado Alley” in the National Geographic Giant […]

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