ND Energy is pleased to announce the 15th annual Notre Dame Energy Week Plus, starting Friday, September 17, and running through the rest of the month. This year’s event offers various activities and discussions focused on the current energy landscape and future challenges and opportunities to create a clean and sustainable energy future for all.
In collaboration with the Notre Dame Office of Sustainability, City of South Bend, MACOG, and South Shore Clean Cities, the Electric Vehicle Expo will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25 in the parking lot at Notre Dame’s Innovation Park, 1400 E. Angela Blvd. across from the main campus.
A number of electric vehicles will be on display for viewing and test driving. Owners and dealers will be on hand to share their personal experiences and discuss the many environmental and economic benefits of driving an EV! Owners of EVs and hybrids are welcome to volunteer to display their vehicles and share their personal experiences with visitors. If you are interested, please register here.
This event is free and open to the general public. Attendees are expected to adhere to University safety protocols, including wearing masks inside campus buildings, regardless of vaccination status, and maintaining a safe distance (at least 6 feet). Masks are optional outdoors.
The event is part of the annual Notre Dame Energy Week, which has been hosted by ND Energy since 2007. This annual event is designed to create awareness and educate the campus and broader communities about critical energy-related issues and topics, offering a wide range of activities suitable for everyone. Learn more at https://energy.nd.edu/outreach/2021-energy-week/.
This event also kicks off National Drive Electric Week.