Nominations for ACE, Energy Innovator awards are due by Jan. 31
Originally published January 24, 2013
Nominations for APPA's 2013 Award of Continued Excellence and Energy Innovator Awards are due Thursday, Jan. 31.
The Award of Continued Excellence (ACE) recognizes a utility that has demonstrated long-term commitment to APPA's Demonstration of Energy & Efficiency Developments (DEED) program and its values of energy efficiency, investigation/use of renewable resources, innovation and support of public power. Each year, one DEED member utility is recognized with this award. Any utility that has been a member of DEED for at least the last five years may be nominated for this award. The 2013 ACE award will be presented in March during APPA's annual Engineering and Operations Technical Conference. Apply here.
The Energy Innovator Award recognizes DEED member utility programs or projects that have demonstrated advances in the development or application of creative, techniques or technologies that demonstrate resource efficiency and consumer benefits. Judging criteria also include transferability and take into account project scope in relation to utility size. Up to three Energy Innovator Award winners are chosen each year and presented during APPA's annual National Conference in June. Apply here.
More information about the awards is posted on the APPA website.
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