Bright Ideas Energy Efficiency Student Poster Contest Winners





Grand Prize Winners:

Grand Prize winner k-2

Grand Prize Grade 3-5

Grand Prize Grades 6-8

Honorable Mention Winners:

Honorable Mention K-2 1Honorable Mention K-2 2Honorable Mention K-2 3Honorable Mention Grade 3-5 1Honorable Mention grades 3-5 3Honorable Mention Grade 3-5  2Honorable Mention Grades 6-8 1Honorable Mention Grades 6-8 3Honorable Mention Grades 6-8 2



THINK! ENERGY with E-power - Bright Ideas - Poster Contest
Students can win up to $500; teachers can get a $500 grant.

Put your students’ creativity to good use as they explore how to save energy every day and possibly win a classroom grant in the process. Students already use energy, so by understanding energy efficiency, they can help influence their families to make wise energy decisions.


The THINK! ENERGY with E-power Bright Ideas Energy Efficiency Student Poster Contest was developed by PPL Electric Utilities with assistance from the National Energy Foundation for children in Grades K-8. It is designed to combine a student’s artistic talent with the ability to portray how to be energy-efficient.


The teachers’ role is to direct and motivate the students and to submit all student entries, and the child’s assignment is to produce a beautiful, unique interpretation of what energy efficiency means to him or her.


Grand-prize winners in each category will receive $500. In addition, the teachers of grand-prize winners in each category will receive a $500 classroom grant for educational materials. The three finalists in each category will receive $200. Categories are Grades K-2, Grades 3-5 and Grades 6-8. Students enrolled in schools served by PPL Electric Utilities are eligible. Home-schooled students whose families are PPL Electric Utilities customers may also enter.


We’ll also contribute up to $50 for a pizza or ice cream party for the classes of the grand-prize winners and the finalists.


How to Enter


First, register to receive a packet. The packet will include instructions and a postage-paid return envelope to mail back the entries.