Power Down Challenge
Energy Reduction Competition 2014
February 3 - March 2, 2014
The Power Down Challenge is a four-week building energy reduction competition hosted by Penn’s Green Campus Partnership. Select residential and campus buildings will compete against each other from February 3rd – March 2nd to reduce electricity usage and help contribute to the University’s Climate Action Plan goal of a 17% energy reduction by 2014.
The Power Down Challenge is a four-week energy competition among all College Houses and Sansom Place to see which residence can reduce its electricity the most over the course of the competition. Residents in each building are challenged to reduce their normal electricity usage and help play a role in Penn’s energy conservation initiatives.
Penn's Green Campus Partnership ran a four-week competition among a select group of non-residential campus buildings represented by various schools and centers to see which one could reduce its electricity the most over the course of the competition. Occupants in each building were challenged to reduce their normal electricity usage and help play a role in Penn’s energy conservation initiatives.
The Greek Power Down Challenge is a month-long energy reduction competition in fraternity and sorority houses. During the month of November, thirteen Greek chapters will participate in a pilot program to see which chapter house can reduce their usage the greatest amount.
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