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Consumer Energy Education Foundation & Consumer Energy Alliance present Energy Day Festival

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Presented by Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) and Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the Energy Day Festival will feature more than 50 interactive exhibits and demonstrations from some of Houston’s top companies and organizations, including NASA, Caterpillar, TechnipFMC, Apache Corporation, Chevron, Sunnova, H-E-B, TC Energy, Liberty Energy, Solar and Storage Industries Institute, University of Houston, Marathon Petroleum, Verde CO2, Vallourec, Harris County Public Library, American Petroleum Institute, and more to show kids the fun side of STEM through interactive learning; and the career opportunities in energy and energy-related industries.

2023 marks the Houston’s Energy Day Festival’s 11th anniversary of bringing Houston-area K-12 students and their families together with Houston’s leading companies for a day of interactive learning in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) – showing students the fun side of STEM and the career opportunities in energy and energy-related industries.

Presented by Consumer Energy Education Foundation (CEEF) and Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA), the Energy Day Festival will feature more than 50 interactive exhibits and demonstrations from some of Houston’s top companies and organizations, including NASA, Caterpillar, TechnipFMC, Apache Corporation, Chevron, Sunnova, H-E-B, TC Energy, Liberty Energy, Solar and Storage Industries Institute, University of Houston, Marathon Petroleum, Verde CO2, Vallourec, Harris County Public Library, American Petroleum Institute, and more to show kids the fun side of STEM through interactive learning; and the career opportunities in energy and energy-related industries.

2023 marks the Houston’s Energy Day Festival’s 11th anniversary of bringing Houston-area K-12 students and their families together with Houston’s leading companies for a day of interactive learning in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) – showing students the fun side of STEM and the career opportunities in energy and energy-related industries.

WHEN

WHERE

Sam Houston Park
1000 Bagby St, Houston, TX 77002, USA
https://energydayfestival.org/houston/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.

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