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ACEEE Presents 2013 Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry Awards

ACEEE Presents 2013 Champions of Energy Efficiency in Industry Awards

Four people recently received a Champion of Energy Efficiency Award from the ACEEE

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) recently presented four Champion of Energy Efficiency Awards at its Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Industry. The awards recognize leadership and accomplishment in the energy efficiency field. Winners are selected based on demonstrated excellence in program implementation, research and development, energy policy, or private sector initiatives. The winners for 2013 are:

  • Paul Scheihing, technology manager at the U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office, for leadership in implementation of industrial energy efficiency, and a career of advocating for energy efficiency within government and industry.
  • Rick Marsh, director at the Industrial Energy Efficiency Network, for leadership in industrial energy efficiency in the Southeast, and serving as a mentor to other industrial energy efficiency professionals around the country.
  • Joe Almaguer, global energy efficiency & conservation leader at The Dow Chemical Co., for a career of implementing industrial energy efficiency at The Dow Chemical Co., and providing leadership on industrial energy efficiency policies globally.
  • Bonneville Power Administration's Energy Smart Industrial Program and Jennifer Eskil, industrial sector lead, for the development and delivery of an exemplary industrial energy efficiency program on an aggressive schedule with impressive results.

The winners were nominated by their peers and selected by a committee of ACEEE's board of directors from an impressive group of over 75 nominations. Selection criteria were based on each nominee's impact, innovation, and leadership in the energy efficiency field.

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