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2021 Star Of Energy Efficiency Awards Reception

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2021 Star Of Energy Efficiency Awards Reception

Start 
Thursday, December 9, 2021 : 06:00pm
End 
Thursday, December 9, 2021 : 08:00pm
Location 
Convene : New York, NY

Since 1993, the energy efficiency community has gathered at the Alliance’s Evening with the Stars of Energy Efficiency Awards Gala to honor the outstanding work of our peers. While COVID-19 and the Delta variant have put a damper in our plans for a full-scale gala this year, we are thrilled to welcome energy efficiency leaders from industry, government, and academia to a celebratory reception in New York City on Thursday, December 9, as we celebrate our 2021 award recipients:

  • Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York
  • PSE&G
  • Southern California Edison
  • Steve Wright, General Manager, Chelan PUD

Dig out your cocktail attire from the back of the closet and purchase a ticket to join us for what promises to be one of our most celebratory years yet, as we host our first in-person event in nearly two years! Historically, the Gala has served as the Alliance’s largest annual fundraiser, so your purchase will not only include a fun evening with EE’s best and brightest, it also will support the Alliance’s important advocacy work. If you’d like to further demonstrate your support of energy efficiency and the Alliance, please reach out to Felicia Kelly for more information on sponsorship opportunities.

Congratulations to our 2021 Star of Energy Award Recipients who were selected by the Alliance’s Development Committee from a robust and impressive pool of nominations.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York will receive a Star of Energy Efficiency award. Starting in 2015, the Archdiocese of New York leadership identified the need to improve building performance and reduce energy expenses at its nearly 300 parishes including church buildings, schools, rectories, and other large and small buildings. Through an energy conservation initiative in partnership with New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, TRC, and local utility companies, the Archdiocese will save more than $3.3 million in energy costs and a reduction of more than 7,000 tons in carbon emissions.

PSE&G will receive a Star of Energy Efficiency award for its landmark Clean Energy Future-Energy Efficiency initiative. PSE&G is leading New Jersey toward a cleaner, more sustainable future. The $1 billion program will help customers reduce their energy consumption and energy bills while providing environmental benefits, creating jobs, and boosting New Jersey’s economy. Over three years, those energy efficiency investments are expected to deliver $1 billion in net customer savings, create 3,200 jobs and help New Jersey avoid 8 million metric tons of carbon emissions through 2050.

Southern California Edison will receive the Innovative Star of Energy Efficiency award for the Clean Energy Optimization Pilot, the first comprehensive pay-for-performance greenhouse gas emissions pilot in the state. The $20 million pilot gives participants the flexibility to decide what implementation strategies will be the most effective for each campus. During the first pilot year, five of the seven university pilot participants reduced CO2 emissions by more than 56,000 metric tons and received a combined total of over $4.5 million in incentives. This is more than 3% of total emissions reduced and equivalent to taking 12,000 cars off the road for a year.

Steve Wright, General Manager, Chelan PUD, will be honored with the Charles H. Percy Award for Public Service in recognition of a career that spans over four decades of public service in the energy industry. The first 32 years of Steve’s career were spent at the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), including 12 years as Administrator, during which time he oversaw substantial increases in energy efficiency investments, earning BPA a Star of Energy Efficiency award from the Alliance in 2004. Steve has served as the General Manager of the Chelan County Public Utility District since 2013, during which time he led the development of a community-based Strategic Plan encompassing aggressive energy efficiency programs. Steve joined the Alliance Board of Directors in 2017 and has been an ardent supporter of our organization and the cause of energy efficiency.

Support the 2021 Stars of Energy Efficiency, the Alliance, and the EE community by serving as an event sponsor or purchasing a ticket to attend.

Shining Star Sponsor $10,000 ($8,500 of which is tax deductible)
Ten tickets to the reception, full page ad or article in post-event lookbook, and acknowledgment in pre-event and onsite signage.

Star Sponsor $5,000 ($4,250 of which is tax deductible)
Five tickets to the reception, half page ad in the post-event lookbook, and acknowledgment in pre-event and onsite signage.

Shining Star Ticket $500 ($350 of which is tax deductible)
One ticket to the reception and small banner ad in the post-event lookbook.

For more information or to confirm your sponsorship, contact Felicia Kelly at fkelly@ase.org. Individual tickets may be purchased online.

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  • STARS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY
    1993: Senator Timothy E. Wirth
    1994: Pacific Gas and Electric Company; Representative Phillip R. Sharp; Secretary-General
              Maurice F. Strong
    1995: Dr. Arthur Rosenfeld; 3M 
    1996: Owens Corning; U.S. Department of Defense
    1997: Hector Ibarra; Andersen Corporation
    1998: IBM; Bernard Jamet
    1999: Whirlpool Corporation; The Durst Organization
    2000: Denis Hayes; Toyota
    2001: The ESCo Industry; Howard S. Geller
    2002: CertainTeed Corporation; Consumer Reports/Consumers Union; Dr. Amory Lovins;
              Sears, Roebuck & Co.
    2003: Frito-Lay, Inc; Johnson Controls, Inc; U.S. Department of the Navy
    2004: Bank of America; Bonneville Power Administration; Southern California Edison; Marriott
              International
    2005: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; Burlington Electric Department; Ultra Light Steel
              Auto Body-Advanced Vehicle Concepts
    2006: The Dow Chemical Company; Power Integrations, Inc.; National Affordable Housing
              Network; Trust Fund for Electric Energy Savings (FIDE)
    2007: The Home Depot; Orion Energy Systems; National Association of Regulatory Utility
              Commissioners; International Energy Agency
    2008: United Technologies Corporation; Rinnai Corporation; York County School Division;
              Embraco; Jupiter Oxygen Corporation 
    2009: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development; Aquarium of the Pacific; Warren
              County Public School System, KY; National Housing Commission (CONAVI)/National
              Fund for Housing (INFONAVIT), Mexico; 3M Company 
    2010: U-Haul International, Inc.; Cincinnati Zoo; Opower; Efficiency New Brunswick/Environment
              Canada; Danfoss
    2011: Briggs & Stratton; Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute; Solutions for
              Energy Efficient Logistics; Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland; ThinkEco
    2012: Kroger Co.; Advantix Systems Inc.; Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development;
              Eletrobras; DIRECTV
    2013: LA Metro; Lime Energy; Keystone HELP, Building & Construction Authority of Singapore;
              Whirlpool Corporation
    2014: MGM Resorts International, Nest Labs Inc., National Housing Trust, The Olympic
              Movement, Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
    2015: Cinemark Theatres, Danfoss, L'Oreal USA, Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) 
    2016: Lockheed Martin, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Staples, Tennessee Valley
              Authority
    2017: 7-Eleven, Schneider Electric, American Water, Chevrolet Bolt EV
    2018: Agder Energi and Microsoft, Legrand North and Central America, Southern California
              Edison, Target, Thyssenkrupp, Tom Wenning
    2019: Alabama Power; Ingersoll Rand; OhmConnect; Pepco Holdings
    2020: Efficiency Maine Trust
     
    CHARLES H. PERCY AWARD
    1995: Senator Mark O. Hatfield
    1996: Charles R. Imbrecht
    1997: Governor Tommy G. Thompson
    1998: Representative David E. Skaggs
    1999: R. E. “Ted” Turner
    2000: Habitat for Humanity
    2001: Governor George E. Pataki
    2002: The ENERGY STAR Program
    2003: City of Austin, Texas
    2004: Assistant Secretary David K. Garman
    2005: Michael Peevey
    2006: Mayor Matthew Driscoll
    2007: Western Governors’ Association
    2008: Jon Wellinghoff
    2009: Governor Deval Patrick
    2010: S. Richard Fedrizzi
    2011: Dr. Daniel Yergin
    2012: Ambassador Bruce Oreck
    2013: Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative
    2014: Administrator Gina McCarthy
    2015: Dr. Kandeh Yumkella, Former CEO, Sustainable Energy for All
    2016: U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz 
    2017: NREL
     
    CHAIRMAN’S AWARD
    1998: John W. Rowe
    1999: North American Insulation Manufacturers Association
    2000: Dean T. Langford
    2002: Senator Jeff Bingaman
    2003: Representative Edward J. Markey
    2004: Thomas R. Kuhn
    2005: William Keese and Ross Pillari
    2006: Lee Scott
    2007: Jones Lang LaSalle
    2008: Philips Electronics
    2009: Secretary Steven Chu
    2010: Assistant Secretary Cathy Zoi
    2011: Assistant Secretary Jackalyne Pfannenstiel
    2013: Secretary Ray Mabus
    2014: Elon Musk
    2015: IBM
    2016: Johnson Controls, Inc.
    2017: Itron
    2018: American University
    2019: CPS Power

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