energy_day_ppt - Energy Day Festival

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Hermann Square, City Hall, Houston, Texas
October 19, 2013
www.energydayfestival.org
WHAT IS ENERGY DAY?
• A free, family-friendly festival at Hermann Square in front of City Hall in downtown
Houston, Texas on Saturday October 19, 2013
• Kid-friendly demonstrations & booths focused on energy-related scientific
breakthroughs, the various sources of energy, and efficiency & conservation
• Opportunities to interact with energy experts and learn about careers in energy
• Celebrates and highlights the importance of energy in our daily lives
• Showcases Houston’s energy legacy and its energy future, as well as the city’s
contributions to innovation in energy, conservation and efficiency
• The year-round Energy Day Academic Program (EDAP) engages students in energy
education and amplifies existing competitions and events aimed to motivate,
challenge and inspire young minds to seek careers in science and technology.
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MISSION & FESTIVAL DETAILS
• Energy Day’s mission is to educate students and their families about all
forms of energy by demonstrating energy innovation, technology, efficiency
& conservation and the overall role of all sources of energy in meeting our
current and future energy needs.
• Interactive energy exhibits demonstrating the various forms of energy
production and state-of-the-art technology
• Games, arts & crafts and entertainment for the family
• Music, food & vendors
• Students, educators and industry leaders will be honored with awards
• Speakers & presentations
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WHO ATTENDS ENERGY DAY?
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Energy Day engages citizens of all ages and demographics
Contests, awards & educational displays for children
Music, food & fun for all ages
Area school districts and after-school educational programs will play key roles
to ensure energy education and student participation are important parts of
Energy Day throughout the year
• State-of-the-art technology & interaction with energy experts will appeal to
all ages
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2012 ENERGY DAY MEASURABLES
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City of Houston, University of Houston and Consumer Energy Alliance event
Approximately 15,000 attendees (30% increase from 2011)
60 exhibits: 1/3 Alternative Energy; 1/3 Conventional Energy; 1/3 Academic & Other
93 Partners & Sponsors
$15,000 awarded to students and teachers from the Energy Day Academic Program ($20K in 2011)
GHP embracing Energy Day as part of “Energy Capital” Branding; GHP organizing “Energy Week” around Energy Day Festival
Television Coverage:
• ABC-13 Energy Day Special & Tune-In Spots: 2,253,716 household impressions
• Fox 26 Morning News: 5 minute segment aired on 10/20/12
• HISD’s Community Connections throughout September
• Press conference covered by NBC and Univision
• Sponsor Commercials on ABC-13: aired 27 times resulting in 485,215 household impressions
• ABC13.com: The ABC-13 Energy Day web page delivered 496,717 impressions
Radio & Print Media
• Radio commercials on NASA’s 3rd Rock Radio
• 6 stories pre-event (including David Holt Oped in Huffington Post: 37,000,000 views) & 2 stories post-event
Over 1 millions individuals reached
Four Energy Day Press Releases to local media & Energy Day Partners
1600 Posters in HISD schools and over 900 posters or flyers in local Houston businesses, museums and libraries
4200 flyers distributed by partners/sponsors
More than 40 online posts on event calendars & 370,000 direct emails
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2012 PARTNERS
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ABC-13/KTRK-TV
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Alief Independent School District
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All American Roofing & Construction
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Alternative Power Solutions
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Amerejuve
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Ameresco
American Association of University Women – West Harris 37)
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County Branch – WSF Group
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American Petroleum Institute
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American Trucking Associations
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Anadarko
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Apache
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ASES Houston Solar Tour
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Caterpillar
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CenterPoint Energy
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Children’s Museum of Houston
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City of Houston
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CompuCycle
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ConocoPhillips
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Cooperative for After-School Enrichment (CASE)
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CSTEM Teacher & Student Support Services
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Energy People Connect
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eVgo
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EvpConcierge Lifestyle Boutique
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Freedom Solar
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Gables Post Oak
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GDF Suez
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Geophysical Society of Houston
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Geophysics Rocks!
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US, Inc.
Greater Houston Partnership
Green Street
Harmony Public Schools
Harris County Department of Education
Houston Astros
Houston Community College-Northeast Energy Institute
Houston Geological Society
Houston Green Chamber of Commerce
Houston Independent School District
Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority
Houston Museum of Natural Science, Wiess Energy Hall
Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce
Houston Renewable Energy Group
Houston Renewable Energy Network
Houston Rockets
Houston Technology Center
Ignite Solar
Independent Petroleum Association of America
I-SWEEEP
James Coney Island
Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP)
La Subasta Newspaper
Lantrip Environmental Science Magnet School
Lone Star College System
Marathon Oil
Mi Familia Magazine
NASA Johnson Space Center
NASA’s 3rd Rock Radio
National Algae Association
National Tank Truck Carriers, Inc.
New Leaf Energy
Nuclear Energy Institute
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Nucor Steel
Occidental Petroleum Corporation
Offshore Energy Center
One Stop Green
Petrofac Training Inc.
Reliant Energy
Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America
REV Eco-Shuttle
Right Futon, Inc.
Rigzone
San Jacinto College – Energy Venture Camp
Science & Engineering Fair of Houston
Shell
Society of Exploration Geophysicists
Society of Petroleum Engineers – Gulf Coast Section
Society of Women Engineers - Houston Area Section
Solar Community
South Texas Project Nuclear Operating Company
Swift Energy
Texas A&M American Nuclear Society
Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering
Texas Alliance of Energy Producers
Texas Solar Outfitters
Texas Southern University, Jesse H. Jones School of
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Texas TicKids
Total Energy USA
TransCanada
University of Houston
University of Houston – Downtown
University of Texas
UPS
West Side Lexus
2013 ENERGY DAY ACADEMIC PROGRAM
• As part of Energy Day’s year-long initiative to engage students in energy education, Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), University of
Houston and our Energy Day partners are excited to host the 3rd Annual Energy Day Academic Program.
• The Energy Day Academic Program helps to amplify existing academic competitions and events through a series of seven unique,
citywide, energy-related competitions aimed to motivate, challenge and inspire young minds to seek careers in science and
technology. Winners from each competition receive an award and recognition at Energy Day.
THE 2013 ENERGY DAY ACADEMIC PROGRAM INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING COMPETITIONS
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The Science and Engineering Fair of Houston from February 28 – March 2, 2013
The CSTEM Challenge on April 13, 2013
The HGS/HMNS/CEA Art, Essay & Media Contests from April-October 2013
Houston: Energy City of the Future 2050 Competition in May 2013
The Children’s Museum of Houston Young Inventors’ Showcase in May 2013
The International Sustainable World Energy, Engineering, and Environment Project from May 8-13, 2013
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2012 ENERGY DAY PHOTOS
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2012 ENERGY DAY PHOTOS
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2012 ENERGY DAY PHOTOS
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2012 ENERGY DAY PHOTOS
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FOR MORE INFORMATION
KATHLEEN KOEHLER
713.337.8802
[email protected]
2211 NORFOLK STREET, SUITE 614
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77098
WWW.ENERGYDAYFESTIVAL.ORG
WWW.CONSUMERENERGYALLIANCE.ORG
FOLLOW US:
TWITTER: @ENERGYDAYFEST
FACEBOOK: ENERGY DAY
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