SAN DIEGO EXCELLENCE IN ENERGY AWARDS - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

The fourth annual San Diego Excellence in Energy (SANDEE) Awards is seeking nominations for its upcoming awards reception. Nominations for the prestigious event are due by January 22. The SANDEE Awards give San Diego County businesses the chance to be recognized as leaders in the energy field.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (January 15, 2008) Those in search of recognition for their energy efficiency, energy conservation or renewable energy projects should look no further: the fourth annual SANDEE Awards is seeking nominations for its upcoming awards reception. Nominations for the prestigious event are due by January 22. The SANDEE Awards give San Diego County businesses the chance to be recognized as leaders in the energy field.


The California Center for Sustainable Energy (CCSE) is hosting its 4th Annual SANDEE Awards at the San Diego Wine and Culinary Center on March 5, 2008. The reception will honor those whose work has achieved significant energy savings through the implementation of energy efficiency, energy conservation, or renewable energy measures in San Diego County.

Nominations in the following areas will be considered:

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

For more information and to download a nomination form, please visit the CCSE Web site at www.energycenter.org -- or call CCSE toll-free at 1-866-SDENERGY.

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