Mark your calendars, save the date, tweet about it to family and friends, and get ready to have some FREE fun. Join Just Energy on Saturday, October 19th at Hermann Square City Hall in Houston, Texas as we celebrate Energy Day 2013.
As a featured sponsor, Just Energy, along with the Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the University of Houston, and Mayor Annise Parker, is on board to celebrate (in grand style) the importance of energy in our daily lives.
Through fun, exciting and interactive platforms, Energy Day will present families and students with the opportunity to learn about various forms of energy and new technologies. There will be demonstrations, educational displays, presentations and contests on every corner, and the festival is expected to have more than 60 exhibitors. The event will also host:
- Kid-friendly demonstrations and exhibits focused on energy-related scientific breakthroughs and the various sources of energy (solar, wind, hydro, etc.).
- State-of-the-art technology showcasing energy innovation, efficiency and conservation.
- Opportunities to interact with energy experts and learn about careers in energy.
- Music, games, food and fun for all ages!
Just Energy representatives will be on hand, encouraging students to interact, ask questions and learn about innovative and conservational developments in the energy industry. We will also have displays and information on Just Energy’s green energy programs and initiatives.
The Just Energy booth will include various giveaways and a chance to win one of two free JustGreen™ Lifestyle Family Memberships! These fantastic memberships allow individuals to reduce the environmental impact of their everyday lives through carbon offsets, all while giving back to the green charity of their choice. To read more about the Just Green mission, visit the website at JustGreenCommunity.com.
The Energy Day Festival will also showcase the future of Houston and the year-round Energy Day academic program where young students engage in energy education. According to the festival’s website, the aim is to “inspire young minds to seek careers in science and technology.” The Consumer Energy Alliance expects to give out more than $20,000 in awards to K-12th grade students in the Houston area.
To find out more information on participating, sponsoring or volunteering for the Energy Day Festival, visit EnergyDayFestival.org