The Cleanie Awards Recognizes Stuart McCafferty, Eamonn McCormick, and David Forfia as Community Contributors of the Year for their Engagement on Energy Central
- Nov 18, 2021 3:52 pm GMT
The Energy Central Community is the most active and engaged networks for professionals in the utility industry to share their expertise and insights with their peers. The high-quality discussions and information sharing that was previously restricted to the conference halls of in-person events are now taking place 24/7 on the Energy Central community, highlighting the opportunity for experts to connect directly with other movers and shakers in the utility industry.
Recognizing the unparalleled expertise and can’t-miss discussion happening all the time in the Energy Central Community, the Cleanie Awards recognized Stuart McCafferty, Eamonn McCormick, and David Forfia as the industry-wide Community Contributors of the Year, specifically for the work they shared to the Energy Central Community throughout the year.
Regular visitors to the Energy Central Community will remember the seven-part Energy IoT Series posted by Stuart McCafferty on behalf of this team that drew some of the highest engagement in the community in the past few years, bringing the type of in-depth insights that fellow utility professionals would most appreciate and being able to reach the wide audience of 200,000+ community members. Additional regular content submitted can be found at the GridIntellect Organization page, including insights on Grid Architecture, biofuels, DERs, public power decarbonization, and other diverse topics.
The Energy Central Community Team is thrilled these experts like Stu, Eamonn, and David continue to share their keen insights on our platform, and we’re privileged to continue to support all the energy industry professionals in reaching our unmatched community with their expert insights.
Thanks to the Cleanie Awards for recognizing that reach of our community members, to Stuart McCafferty, Eamonn McCormick, and David Forfia for sharing their shrewd insights on our platform, and for all of the Energy Central contributors and readers for making Energy Central the most notable community online for energy and utility professionals.
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