Do you have properties in California and know someone who has championed clean energy?
The California Energy Commission invites you to recognize the unsung leaders helping to advance California’s clean energy goals by nominating them for the 2022 California Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards.
We can all make an impact towards a clean energy future. Nominations for the third annual awards are being accepted in the following categories:
The Lifetime Achievement award will recognize an individual who has retired or announced their retirement during the year of the event who has at least 20 years of experience advancing clean energy, is seen as a leader in their community, and who has had a significant positive impact on the State of California and frontline communities.
The Tribal Champion award will recognize an individual who is a tribal member, tribal employee, or a person that works for a tribe who has advanced a clean energy future by combating climate change through innovative projects, long term service, dedication to implementing technology, or has served in a key coordinating role that has led to more equitable outcomes and/or transformational change for tribes or tribal communities in California.
Clean Energy Champions
Three Clean Energy Champion awards will recognize individuals who are combating climate change and contributing to California’s clean energy future through their bold moves, leadership, and innovative ideas, while helping benefit communities in California through more equitable outcomes.
The Youth Game-Changer award will recognize an individual who is 18 years of age or younger, or a leader of an organization focused on working with youth who is helping to advance California toward a clean energy future by combating climate change through innovative methods and inspiring the new generation of energy experts, entrepreneurs, and leaders to change the game.