Thanks to Design Paradise for allowing us to use their game as inspiration for ours (see details). Thanks to Mrs. Carlivati for her interview. Thanks to Mr. Hyatt, our coach, for helpful suggestions and encouragements.
All pictures used on this site are either credited or in the public domain. Public domain images include icons and other small clipart. They can be found on many sites throughout the Internet, including MediaBuilder, A+ Clipart, and the Icon Browser.
All Energy-Matters related logos were created by ThinkQuest Team #20331. The title graphic found at the top of all pages contains a photo of a Michigan sunset courtesy of Scott.
Many thanks to the United States Department of Energy and their affiliated groups, including the Energy Information Administration.
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