Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency Awards
Each year, the CATEE Conference recognizes individuals, organizations and companies that have demonstrated outstanding and/or unique contributions to clean air through energy efficiency and/or renewable energy actions or programs. The Gregg Cooke Award is given to an individual who has inspired others through creative and cooperative problem-solving and brought both passion and reason to the pursuit of environmental protection.
CATEE 2013 Awards Nomination Form
The award nomination deadline is November 15, 2013.
Awards may be given in any of the following categories:
- Outstanding Government Organization
- Outstanding Non-profit Organization
- Outstanding Commercial Enterprise
- Outstanding Government Official
- Outstanding Individual or Team
- Gregg Cooke Award for Excellence in Environmental Leadership
The CATEE Awards Committee reserves the right to make modifications in award categories appropriate to recognizing each year’s outstanding achievements; may recognize achievements in any, all or none of the categories; and may designate additional categories for special recognition.
Considerations for nomination should include:
- Nominee has demonstrated outstanding and/or unique contributions to clean air through energy efficiency and/or renewable energy actions or programs.
- Actions taken by nominee could be replicated or serve as catalyst for additional clean air through energy efficiency and/or renewable energy.
- Actions have resulted in quantifiable energy savings or production of renewable energy.
- Actions exemplify one or more of the following:
- Overcoming challenges to meeting goals
- Scope of the work (local, regional, state)
- Contribution to local environmental goals and/or leadership within the nominee’s category
Click here for more information and history of the CATEE Awards.