April 16 marks the day scientist Isaac Newton—314 years ago—officially became “Sir” Isaac Newton, meaning he was knighted for his accomplishments.
When it comes to education, students at Georgia’s Twin Rivers Middle School shoot for the stars. And Infinite Energy is helping them take aim.
Each year, Infinite Energy awards two $2,500 college scholarships to Gwinnett County graduates planning to pursue STEAM fields.
Central Gwinnett High School, one of eight Georgia schools this year to receive Infinite Energy grants, got $7,500 to pilot a project called Staging STEM.
Gwin Oaks Elementary School received a grant from Infinite Energy for $2,300. It paid for materials for a project called “Think It, Plan It, Build It.”
Each year on May 26, Americans celebrate the life of the iconic Sally Ride, remembered for the pioneering spirit that carried her toward the stars.
Every year, we give $5 for every customer in Gwinnett County to the county schools. This year, we’re excited to announce we gave $47,000 in STEAM grants.
For the last few weeks, employees have volunteered to judge local science fairs. Science fairs are a big part of what goes in to a well-rounded education.
The Infinite Energy STEAM scholarship will be open to any graduating senior who plans to study science, technology, engineering, fine arts or math.
Infinite Energy created a $5 Giveback Program with Gwinnett County Public Schools and pledged $5 every year for each natural gas customer in the county.