The San Diego Excellence in Energy (SANDEE) Awards:

The California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) is accepting nominations for the annual San Diego Excellence in Energy (SANDEE) Awards.

The California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) is accepting nominations for the annual San Diego Excellence in Energy (SANDEE) Awards. Each year, the SANDEE Awards recognize outstanding projects and activities in energy efficiency, energy conservation, renewable energy measures and CO2 reduction in San Diego County.


Nominations may be made in the following categories:
• Outstanding Organizational Achievement
• Outstanding Individual Achievement
• Special Achievement in Energy by a Medium to Large Business
• Special Achievement in Energy by a Small Business
• Special Achievement in Energy by a Government or Institutional Agency
• Special Achievement in Energy by a Nonprofit
• Special Achievement in Transportation
• Special Achievement in Energy by a Homeowner

Annual SANDEE Awards Reception
All SANDEE Award winners will be recognized at the Annual SANDEE Awards Reception. Runners-up will also be recognized. All award winners will receive mentions in the California Center for Sustainable Energy newsletter, Web site, and in a 16-page insert in the San Diego Business Journal.

Additional Nomination Information
For details on the SANDEE Awards nomination process, please download the nomination form and visit the SANDEE Awards page on the CCSE Web site. For questions, please contact Ashley Watkins at 858-244-1195 or ashley.watkins@energycenter.org.

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