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The Rob Dumont Energy Management Awards Criteria:


In June of 2015 the EMTF Saskatoon chapter decided to recognize and honor outstanding achievement of individuals and organizations in Energy Management. The awards are titled the Rob Dumont Energy Management Awards in honor of the well known and respected engineer, Dr. Dumont, who passed away in 2015. The awards catigory and criteria for 2017 are covered in this section.

EMTF members are encouraged to submit nominations to: awards@emtfsask.ca
Attn. Nathan Ziegler
Nomination forms for the lifetime acheivement award are due midnight June 30th, 2017.
Nomination forms for the Education award are due midnight June 30th, 2017.
Nomination forms for the remaining award categories are due midnight September 7th, 2017.

In addition to the prescribed form, descriptive materials such as pictures, articles, sketches, videos and other materials are encouraged.

The Rob Dumont Energy Management Awards application form. (in word formatt)


Lifetime Achievement

The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to an individual that has demonstrated a career history of energy management achievements. Many aspects of the nominee's work serve as an example for others to follow, or as a solid base for others to continue with follow-on work. Recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award have shown an enthusiasm in promoting their own work and the work of others in the fields related to energy management.


Organization of the Year

The Organization of the Year Award is presented to an organization who has served as a strong leader in support of energy management in their sector or our community./p>

Candidates must be able to clearly demonstrate measurable and significant impacts their efforts have had on reducing energy consumption, altering public behaviors/practices and/or increasing the market penetration of energy management products and technologies in their sector or the community. This award is open to residential, commercial, institutional, agricultural and industrial sectors.


Project of the Year

The Project of the Year Award is presented to a specific project or product that has shown clear results in energy management.

Candidates must demonstrate how the project or product has resulted in improving a measurable area of energy management (e.g. reduced energy usage, increased usage of renewables, waste energy re-use, etc.). The project must be unique in its approach and/or extraordinarily effective at employing proven strategies, and has high potential for replication by others. This award is open to projects of all types.


Residential Project of the Year

The Residential Project of the Year Award is presented to a specific residential project that demonstrates clear results in improving multiple measurable attributes of energy management.

Candidates must demonstrate how the residential project resulted in improving multiple measurable attributes of energy management (e.g. reduced energy usage, increased usage of renewables, waste energy re-use, etc.). The project must be unique in its approach and/or extraordinarily effective at employing proven strategies, and has high potential for replication by others. This award is open to residential building projects.


Education Award

The Education Award is presented to an educational campaign, program, strategy, or a student project, to increase knowledge and action on energy management.

Candidates must clearly demonstrate how their activities or project advanced the education of energy management (e.g. reduced energy usage, increased usage of renewables, waste energy re-use, reduced embodied energy, etc.), or altered behaviors/practices. This award is open to individuals, corporations, classrooms, community groups, elementary or high school projects, technical colleges and post-secondary institutions, etc. Youth applicants or non-profits may qualify for the EMTF Youth Scholarship Award.


Leadership (or Energy Management Champion)

The Leadership Award is presented to an individual or team, who has served as a strong leader in support of energy management in their business or our community.

Candidates must clearly demonstrate how the individual has been exceptional in their support of energy management (e.g. reduced energy usage, increased usage of renewables, waste energy re-use, reduced embodied energy, etc.). This award is open to individuals or teams


Nomination and Selection Process


Nominations:

Anyone can make a nomination. Self nominations will be accepted.


Priorities for Awards:

The Nominee (project, individual, or organization) must have local content (e.g. Greater Saskatoon Area). This could mean that the work was performed in part or full by local area firms or were located in the local area.

If a Nominee (project, individual, or organization) received an Energy Management Award in a previous year, new nominations must demonstrate significant new developments or improvements over past achievements in order to be considered.


Selection for Awards:

Selection of all Energy Management Awards will be done by committee, and each project will be evaluated on the criteria as described in each award category.

If none of the Nominations (project, individual, or organization) meet the criteria the award will not be given.


 
 
     

 

 

 

 

 
 
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