We, at BUILD UP, have highlighted three of the four winners for 2012:
- Eng Lock Lee, Trane Singapore, for world-leading HVAC design and engineering that shows the rest of the world how much energy can be saved through good engineering, innovative design, and attention to details.
- Jeff Harris, Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, for his pioneering efforts to advance energy efficiency through market transformation, emerging technologies, regional energy efficiency programs, and upgrades to codes and standards.
- The California Energy Commission Building Codes and Standards Program and the California Utilities' Statewide Codes and Standards Team for, in the Energy Commission's case, more than 40 years of successful efforts to develop improved energy efficiency codes and standards that drive large energy savings in California for businesses and homeowners, and for the California utilities' (Pacific Gas & Electric, Sempra Utilities, and Southern California Edison) valuable assistance in advancing energy efficiency codes and standards in California and helping spur actions in the rest of the United States.
These winners were nominated by their peers and selected by a committee of ACEEE's Board of Directors from an impressive group of over 120 nominations. Selection criteria were based on each nominee's impact, innovation, and leadership in the energy efficiency field.
To read more and see the complete list of winners, please click here.