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Wes Energy Conservation Showdown Submissions Due March 1st

Care about sustainability at Wes? Get involved in energy conservation – and win money doing it.

The Wesleyan Energy Conservation Showdown (the ECS-Prize) is currently looking for submissions. All submissions should develop innovative ways to conserve both resources and money at Wesleyan.

The winning group will receive $600, and two runner-up groups will receive $200 each.

For more details see this post from January 4th. And check out the WSA’s website for complete rules.

All submissions are due by March 1st.

Questions? Email bfirke(at)wesleyan.edu or wesecsprize(at)gmail.com.

Enter the Wes Energy Conservation Showdown

Want to make Wes greener?
Want some extra cash?
Want to help solve the University’s budget crisis?
Want to have your voice heard by the administration?

Then submit to the Wesleyan Energy Conservation Showdown––the ECS-Prize. If you’ve ever had an idea to make Wesleyan more sustainable, but didn’t know how to be heard by the Administration or Physical Plant, this is your chance to affect real environmental change––and get paid to do it.

Prizes are $600 for the winning group entry, and $200 for two more runners-up groups. These entries, and any other “honorable mentions” will be collected into a document and sent directly to President Roth’s desk.