2020 San Gabriel Valley Energy Champion Awards

 

The 2020 San Gabriel Valley Energy Champion Awards recognize San Gabriel Valley agencies' efforts for increasing energy efficiency in municipal facilities and engaging in long-term strategic planning for energy efficiency. Agencies must meet thresholds in municipal and community energy efficiency and community outreach in order to receive awards. Agencies will be recognized for their achievements in December 2020. 

 

Requirements of the San Gabriel Valley Energy Champion Awards are as follows: 

BRONZE CATEGORY

  • Attended 1 Energy Work Group meeting OR energy efficiency training in 2020.

  • Benchmarked all municipal facilities and meet with SGVCOG staff to review potential energy efficiency projects.

  • Displayed Partnership marketing materials and SoCalGas rebate/financial incentive materials on the City's website OR conducted 1 energy efficiency outreach event with the Partnership in 2019 or 2020.

SILVER CATEGORY

  • Attended 2 Energy Work Group meetings OR energy efficiency trainings in 2020.

  • Benchmarked all municipal facilities and meet with SGVCOG staff to review potential energy efficiency projects

  • Displayed Partnership marketing materials and SoCalGas rebate/financial incentive materials on the City's website OR conducted 1 energy efficiency outreach event with the Partnership in 2019 or 2020.

  • 5% therm usage reduction from March 1, 2018 to March 1, 2020 OR have at least 1 municipal facility audited from 2018 to 2020.

GOLD CATEGORY

  • Attended 3 Energy Work Group meetings or energy efficiency trainings in 2020.

  • Benchmarked all municipal facilities and meet with SGVCOG staff to review potential energy efficiency projects

  • Displayed Partnership marketing materials and SoCalGas rebate/financial incentive materials on the City's website OR conducted 1 energy efficiency outreach event with the Partnership in 2019 or 2020.

  • 10% therm usage reduction from March 1, 2018 to March 1, 2020 OR have at least 2 municipal facilities audited from 2018 to 2020.

  • Hosted an energy efficiency social media campaign (Ex. Twitterchat, Energy Saving Webinar, Mailers, etc.) OR presented a natural gas energy efficiency project at the Energy Work Group or the sGVCOG Public Works Technical Advisory Committee in 2020.