On Tuesday 7/15/2014 the teens were invited to participate in Siemens Science Day. George Buchanan, a Future Foundation Board Member, taught the teens all about windmills and how they operate. They learned that “Wind turbines”, the modern equivalent of the windmill, are usually grouped into large collections of units to produce electricity. These are called wind power plants, or wind farms. They are generally located in agricultural areas where large plots of land are available, and agricultural activities are undisturbed by their action. Often located in windy areas of the country, they can also be constructed offshore to make use of winds that sweep over the bodies of water. Wind-powered energy leaves no dangerous waste than can be dangerous to both people and the environment. But since the wind does not blow continuously, ways of storing the electricity must be used, as well as alternative methods of generating electricity. After being lectured the teens constructed wind turbines of their own. After assembling the turbines, they measured the speed as well as the amount of electricity that the turbine was receiving by taking calculations using a Multimeter.