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Congrats to all of the 2016 Leadership in Energy Efficiency Awards Nominees!

Created 10/7/2016 by Veronica Marzilli
Updated 10/7/2016 by Veronica Marzilli
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Thanks to everyone who submitted nominations for this year's Leadership in Energy Efficiency Awards!

The judges will select the winners this month, and then we'll honor those leaders in energy efficiency at NEEA's Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony on Dec 1.

It's an honor to be nominated, so in the meantime here's the full list of list of nominees by award category:

Leadership in Energy Efficiency Award for Innovation

  1. Carrie Cobb, Bonneville Power Administration
  2. Susan Jowaiszas, Energy Trust of Oregon
  3. Jordan Whiteley and Sara Bowles, Tacoma Power
  4. Lonnie Junderson, Tacoma Power
  5. Jennifer Eskil, Bonneville Power Administration
  6. Jim Volkman, Strategic Energy Group
  7. Tacoma LED Streetlighting Solutions Team

Leadership in Energy Efficiency Award for Collaboration

  1. Cowlitz PUD Staff + Customers
  2. Jeff Tripp, Puget Sound Energy and Andrew Grassell, Chelan PUD
  3. Jessica Iplikci, Energy Trust of Oregon
  4. Charlie Grist, Northwest Power and Conservation Council
  5. Jennifer Light, Regional Technical Forum/Northwest Power and Conservation Council
    (2 nominations)
  6. Tina Jayaweera Northwest Power and Conservation Council
  7. Up-, Mid-, Downstream Lighting Strategy Leadership Team: Michael Lane, Puget Sound Energy; Elaine Miller, NEEA staff; Roger Peery, Tacoma Power; John Wilson, Bonneville Power Administration
  8. Regional Technical Forum (2 nominations)

Tom Eckman Leadership in Energy Efficiency Lifetime Achievement Award

  1. Margie Harris, Energy Trust of Oregon
  2. Graham Parker, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Congratulations to all of the above, and stay tuned to hear who wins this year!

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