Schools who book Space Station Conservation Livestream Special, The Conservation Crew Livestream Special or Your Planet, Your Future Livestream Special are invited to participate in the My Energy Kit Challenge – a free program provided by Duke Energy and produced by The National Theatre for Children, designed to engage K-12 students in green living and saving energy. The program offers schools:

  • A virtual theatre performance and educational materials about energy conservation
  • FREE Energy Kits for families and staff
  • The opportunity for schools, teachers and families to win cash rewards

The goal of the My Energy Kit Challenge is to save 10 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy during the 2020-21 school year.

The Energy Kits

Families at participating schools are invited to sign up for the kit. Duke Energy customers receive the following items:

  • LED Bulbs (ENERGY STAR® Approved)
  • Energy-Efficient Showerhead
  • Faucet Aerators
  • And More!

The Rewards

Everyone who requests the kit helps their school and is in the running for cash prizes!

$250 for YOUR SCHOOL for every 100 FREE Energy Kit requests

$1,000-$2,500 grand prizes for the TOP 10 SCHOOLS with the most FREE Energy Kit requests

$1,000 for 10 LUCKY TEACHERS who help your school community sign up

$100 for 10 LUCKY FAMILIES who request their FREE Energy Kit

$250-$1,000 SOCIAL MEDIA PRIZES for spreading the word about the My Energy Kit Challenge on Facebook

Past winner

Testimonials from Past Winners:

We love this challenge every year and so do our families! We watch each Facebook live you do, and spread the word one light bulb at a time. Thank you so much for the communication and the great things you do!

Amanda Foster, Champion and Social Media Coordinator
The North Carolina Leadership Academy in Kernersville, NC

Not only was this a great fundraiser for our school, it allowed us to help make a difference in our community.

Stacy White, Principal
West Rowan Middle School in Salisbury, NC

We are over the top excited to receive the grand prize and put it to use in our science classrooms.

Stephanie Lone, Science Teacher
New Albany High School in New Albany, IN

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