Interactive, multimedia, problem-solving approach. A modern visitor centre encouraging you to gain a comprehensive grasp of electricity and the energy industry through science-based, real-life data.
The world of energy – an interactive centre on energy and the energy industry
Everything in nature moves in circles, energy included
It welcomes visitors of all ages, young and old alike, regardless of their backgrounds and prior knowledge. It is designed to provide useful, modern-day knowledge and spark a sense of curiosity and exploration in visitors.
The world of energy – an interactive centre on energy and the energy industry
Learn all about energy and the energy industry
The Centre is designed to engage visitors in technical spheres and science in general. It features exciting exhibits and experiments which foster the learning of technical sciences and promote energy literacy.
The world of energy – an interactive centre on energy and the energy industry
Energy – a thrilling force
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Krško Nuclear Power Plant startup simulation
Exhibits
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Krško Nuclear Power Plant startup simulation
In cooperation with Krško Nuclear Power Plant experts, we developed a computer simulation of the nuclear power plant operation, whose main focus is to demonstrate the operation of a nuclear power plant as a thermodynamic engine.
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Renewable energy sources
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Renewable energy sources
Learn about the upsides and downsides of small renewable energy sources – solar and wind. Explore the comparison charts between the total installed capacities and generation outputs of these renewable energy sources in Slovenia.
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Cloud chamber and radioactivity counter
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Cloud chamber and radioactivity counter
Radiation is a natural phenomenon where energy radiates from the source of radiation in the form of electromagnetic waves or in the form of particles. You can see the cloud chamber, an instrument which, similar to the Geiger-Mueller tube and dosimeters, allows us to detect ionizing radiation.
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Solar race
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Solar race
You can try your hand at the exhibit consisting of four powerful rotatable spotlights, which imitate sunlight, and a buggy driven by two solar-powered electric motors. If the light beams from the spotlights are correctly aimed, the buggy will move around.
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Van de Graaff generator
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Van de Graaff generator
The Van de Graaff generator can be used to demonstrate the accumulation and transfer of electric charge. A person touching the metal globe can be electrified so that their hair stands up, and often in experiments involving the Van de Graaffovim generator, we can also observe sparks being generated as the metal globe is discharged.
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Exhibits
EXHIBIT
Krško Nuclear Power Plant startup simulation
In cooperation with Krško Nuclear Power Plant experts, we developed a computer simulation of the nuclear power plant operation, whose main focus is to demonstrate the operation of a nuclear power plant as a thermodynamic engine.
More ...
Exhibits
EXHIBIT
Renewable energy sources
Learn about the upsides and downsides of small renewable energy sources – solar and wind. Explore the comparison charts between the total installed capacities and generation outputs of these renewable energy sources in Slovenia.
More ...
Exhibits
EXHIBIT
Cloud chamber and radioactivity counter
Radiation is a natural phenomenon where energy radiates from the source of radiation in the form of electromagnetic waves or in the form of particles. You can see the cloud chamber, an instrument which, similar to the Geiger-Mueller tube and dosimeters, allows us to detect ionizing radiation.
More ...
Exhibits
EXHIBIT
Solar race
You can try your hand at the exhibit consisting of four powerful rotatable spotlights, which imitate sunlight, and a buggy driven by two solar-powered electric motors. If the light beams from the spotlights are correctly aimed, the buggy will move around.
More ...
Exhibits
EXHIBIT
Van de Graaff generator
The Van de Graaff generator can be used to demonstrate the accumulation and transfer of electric charge. A person touching the metal globe can be electrified so that their hair stands up, and often in experiments involving the Van de Graaffovim generator, we can also observe sparks being generated as the metal globe is discharged.
More ...
Krško Nuclear Power Plant startup simulation
Renewable energy sources
Cloud chamber and radioactivity counter
Solar race
Van de Graaff generator

"This has been a really interesting visit and I would recommend it to anyone"

Chris (Great Britain)

"One of the best places for information, for young people and for everybody"

Mariana (Romania)

"The low frequency gradually increased and turned high in the experiment room"

Nataša (Slovenia)

"We were filled with massive energy, our curiosity was a magnet for your knowledge, we felt high doses of radiation from having a good time!"

Ana (Slovenia)
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