Several elementary students were on hand to see the finished product called "Turn It On; Turn It Off" at the Mary Brogan Museum.
Organizers say the goal of the project is to teach kids about conserving energy.
The kids also got a chance to explore the synergy of energy exhibit at the facility.
Lisa Edgar, Chairman of Florida Public Service Commission, says, "We're hoping the kids will go home and talk to their parents about what they've learned and they'll go through their home and turn the lights off when they're done, turn off the computers when they're done and really appreciate how they can make a difference.”
The new video will be available to patrons in the next two weeks, and it will run continuously for the next three months.