October 3, 2014 - During its annual conference yesterday, Efficiency Nova Scotia announced the winners of the 2014 Bright Business Awards, which recognize seven of Nova Scotia’s Best-In-Class organizations and individuals for their achievements and leadership in the field of energy efficiency. Congratulations to the following:
October 3, 2014 By Anthony Capkun
Category – Community
Recognizes a community, non-profit organization or group’s outstanding energy efficiency campaign or project, with a focus on community engagement and culture change.
• Town of Bridgewater for ENGAGEMENT: recognizes an organization’s leadership and commitment to energy efficiency as demonstrated through activities like project development, energy management and employee engagement.
• Halifax Regional Water Commission for INNOVATION: recognizes an innovative energy efficiency project or technology.
• Valley Waste Resource Management (Kentville) for SMALL BUSINESS: recognizes a small business for an outstanding energy efficiency project.
• Burnside Farms (Scotsburn).
Category – Large Business
Recognizes a large business for an outstanding energy efficiency project.
• Nova Scotia Liquor Corp.
Category – Partnership
Recognizes an organization for its outstanding delivery of energy efficiency solutions, services or education.
• Trinity Maintenance Solutions (Stellarton).
Category – Leadership
Recognizes an individual’s leadership and contribution to the long-term advancement of energy efficiency.
• Stephen Dixon
The winners were chosen by a selection committee comprising representatives from Efficiency Nova Scotia.
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