Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame

Quad display 2009


Energy related companies, organizations, and groups are invited to attend the Quad Display on Monday, September 14, from 9:15 a.m. to 2:15 p.m., or provide support as an Event Sponsor. Details of these two opportunities are provided below. Registration is required and must be completed by August 31. To register, see link below:
Company/Organization/Group Registration Form.

Quad Display - An outdoor display on the campus’s busiest quad to promote education about sustainable practices and renewable energy. Free to all participants.
On Monday, September 14, companies, groups, and organizations are invited to showcase their progress in energy technologies or sustainability and talk with interested students, faculty, and staff during an outdoor display on Notre Dame campus’s busiest quad.  In the case of rain, the display will be held in the great hall of Notre Dame’s Jordan Hall of Science.  The display will begin at 9:15 am and end at 2:15 pm.  Participants will be provided an 8-foot table to showcase their projects and share information on the steps they are taking to advance sustainability.  Displays in the past have included model wind turbines, electric cars, and solar chargers.  Please feel free to bring brochures, products, and handouts to distribute to the Notre Dame community.

Event Sponsor  -  Companies, groups and organizations who wish to support the events during the annual Notre Dame Energy Week will have their company name included in all print and electronic materials announcing and advertising Notre Dame Energy Week 2009.  This will provide visibility of your company, group or organization’s name to all Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff in the advertising leading up to and for the duration of Energy Week 2009. 
The cost to sponsor an event during Energy Week is a minimum of $100 or the equivalent in items that can be given away as prizes during Energy Week to promote excitement about sustainable energy education. Items distributed in previous years included reusable water bottles, products made of recycled material, and small potted plants.