Consumer Energy Alliance Set to Host First Annual Energy Day Festival

New CEA Video Highlights Event

HOUSTON, TX – Consumer Energy Alliance unveiled an exciting new video today to showcase the upcoming first annual Energy Day Festival. 

“In just about 90 days Downtown Houston will be buzzing with people participating in the first annual Energy Day Festival hosted by Consumer Energy Alliance,” said David Holt, CEA’s President.  “The official City of Houston event will take place in Downtown Houston, Texas on October 15, 2011 in front of City Hall.  We are so excited to announce that with more than 80 exhibitors already confirmed, the Festival is assured to be a unique, interactive and exciting educational experience for children of all ages.”

Energy Day is a way for the city of Houston and our partners such as Shell, Caterpillar, ConocoPhillips, Statoil, TransCanada, Ignite Solar, El Paso, Reliant, Greater Houston Partnership, Houston Renewable Energy Group, Anadarko, and many, many more, to further embrace its legacy and leadership in the energy sector (a current list is on the accompanying page).  Energy Day will truly showcase Houston’s role as “The Energy Capital” and its leadership in all aspects of energy – from oil and natural gas to algae to solar to energy efficiency. Exhibitors will display exciting, interactive demonstrations showcasing energy and what it means to us in our daily lives – with fun games and prizes for kids of all ages.

CEA has partnered with other Houston-area educational institutions to help encourage broad participation in ongoing science & energy academic competitions.  In early 2011, HISD, CSTEM, Houston Museum of Natural Science, SEFH, Northwest Houston Chamber of Commerce—Energize! Houston, CASE, The University of Houston, HCDE, KIPP, YES Prep Public Schools and Lone Star College partnered to form the Energy Capital Academic Program (ECAP) that encourages students to participate in multiple academic challenges and compete for valuable cash prizes throughout the year.  CEA will present to all ECAP award recipients during Energy Day.

“We really want to showcase how important energy is to every aspect of our lives and educate students about all the exciting ways energy can enhance their future,” added Holt.  “Energy has a vast reach and offers all of us exciting futures.  Energy Day will showcase all this wonderful technology and innovation occurring all over the city of Houston and the entire state and nation.”

For more information about Energy Day, please visit the Energy Day 2011 website at www.energyday2011.org.

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Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, comprised of more than 160 affiliate members, including energy consumers and producers, and tens of thousands of consumer advocates, that supports the thoughtful utilization of energy resources to help ensure improved domestic and global energy security, stable prices for consumers and balanced energy policy for America.

 

Energy Day Industry and Educational Partner

1.     60 Plus Association

2.     ABC-13/KTRK-TV

3.     Air Transport Association

4.     American Public Power Association

5.     Anadarko

6.     Apache

7.     ASES Houston Solar Tour

8.     Bug Ware, Inc.

9.     Caterpillar

10.   Children’s Museum of Houston

11.   City of Houston

12.   ConocoPhillips

13.   Consumer Energy Alliance

14.   Consumer Energy Education Foundation

15.   Cooperative for After-School Enrichment

        (CASE)

16.   CSTEM Teacher & Student Support Services

17.   Earth Quest Institute

18.   Eco-Holdings Engineering

19.   El Paso Corporation

20.   Energy People Connect

21.   Environmentally Friendly Drilling Program

22.   eVgo

23.   Foundation for Energy Education

24.   Geophysical Society of Houston

25.   Greater Houston Partnership

26.   Halliburton

27.   Harris County Department of Education

28.   Hess

29.   Houston Advanced Research Center

30.   Houston Area Land Rover Centers

31.   Houston Community College-Northeast

        Energy Institute

32.   Houston Independent School District

33.   Houston Museum of Natural Science

        Wiess Energy Hal

34.   Houston Northwest Chamber of Commerce – Energize! Houston

35.   Houston Renewable Energy Group

36.   Houston Renewable Energy Network

37.   Houston Technology Center

38.   HoustonWorks USA

39.   Ignite Solar

40.   Independent Natural Resources

41.   International Power | GDF Suez

42.   KBR, Inc.

43.   Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP)

44.   Lone Star College

45.   Momentum Luxury Group

46.   NASA-Johnson Space Center

47.   National Algae Association

48.   NRG Energy | Reliant Energy 

49.   Offshore Energy Center

50.   San Jacinto College – Energy Venture Camp

51.   Science & Engineering Fair of Houston

52.   Shell

53.   Society of Exploration Geophysicists

54.   Statoil

55.   Texas Alliance for Minorities in Engineering

56.   Texas Sol Renewable

57.   Texas Southern University, Jesse H. Jones School of Business

58.   Texas TicKids

59.   The Wind Alliance

60.   TransCanada

61.   Western Energy Alliance

62.   University of Houston

63.   University of Texas

64.   U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for 21st Century Energy

65.   U.S. DOE Gulf Coast Clean Energy Application Center

66.   YES Prep Public Schools

 

 

Author: Craig Koshkin
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