|Energy Week Events
October 27, 2009,
Volume 56, No. 09
There will be a series of energy events during the week of October 26-30, including the following on campus, as well as a Wharton Energy Conference at the Union League.
Cold Wash Posters at all College Houses. These are signs encouraging College House residents to use the cold cycle on the washing machines rather than the hot cycle.
Window Display about Energy Week at the Penn Bookstore. This week-long display will include information about Energy Week, with posters and books.
October 27: Viewing of movie Fuel in collaboration with Penn Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Wu and Chen Auditorium, Levine Hall, School of Engineering and Applied Science; 7:30 p.m. PennEWB will display their own biofuel processing appliances. There will be a discussion hosted by PennEWB.
October 28: Farmer’s Market ‘Meet and Greet’ of Sustainability Team from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at 36th and Walnut. The FRES Sustainability Team along with Sara King (SAS) and Emily Schiller (Wharton) will be talking to students about energy consumption reduction. *POSTPONED until November 4*
Bike generator demonstration, 4-6 p.m. at the David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center. Ken Ogawa’s bike generators will be available for use by Pottruck members, and the Sustainability Team will be on-hand to talk about energy consumption. Mr. Ogawa is the executive director of Operations and Maintenance, FRES.
October 29: Bike generator demonstration from 4-6 p.m. at the David Pottruck Health & Fitness Center. Ken Ogawa’s bike generators will be available for use by Pottruck members, and the Sustainability Team will be on-hand to talk about energy consumption.
Penn Environmental Group’s ‘Reverse Trick or Treating,’ 3-5 p.m. from 39th to 43rd and Baltimore to Chestnut Streets. PEG is hosting this event, and will be going to off-campus student housing to hand out candy, CAP cups, and a list of the top 10 ways in which students can reduce their energy consumption.
For more information, see www.upenn.edu/sustainability/
Related: 10 Easy Ways You Can Conserve Energy