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Submit a Nomination for the SEPA Utility Transformation Awards!

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Manager, Communications Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)

Jordan joined SEPA as Manager, Communications in 2019. In his role, he drives content production, coordinates external partnerships, and supports member, media and public outreach at SEPA.Prior...

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Formerly known as the Power Players Awards, SEPA has rebranded and realigned the awards to better recognize specific projects, programs, partners, and individuals driving the utility industry’s transformation to a modern, carbon-free energy future. 

Learn more about all five award categories below, and submit a nomination before the July 22nd deadline.

2022 SEPA Utility Transformation Awards Categories

  • Utility Transformation Program of the Year
  • Utility Transformation Project of the Year
  • Utility Transformation Leader of the Year
  • Utility Transformation Partner of the Year
  • SEPA Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Award

Nominations are judged based on several criteria, including:

  1. Furthering progress to a carbon-free energy future
  2. Expanding the knowledge of and access to utility-scale clean energy and distributed energy resources
  3. Proliferating solutions that others can replicate

Frequently asked questions, click here.

Nomination questions for all five award categories, click here.

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