ESL announces 2010 CATEE Award winners
The Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University presented its annual Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency (CATEE) Conference Awards Tuesday (Aug. 24) at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin, Texas.
Honorees were recognized in five different categories: Outstanding Government Organization; Outstanding Non-Profit Organization; Outstanding Government Official; Outstanding Commercial Enterprise; and the Gregg Cooke Award for Excellence in Environmental Leadership.
Each year, the CATEE Conference recognizes individuals, organizations and companies that have demonstrated outstanding and/or unique contributions to clean air through energy efficiency and/or renewable energy actions or programs.
The Gregg Cooke Award is given to an individual who has inspired others through creative and cooperative problem solving and brought both passion and reason to the pursuit of environmental protection.
The recipients were:
- Outstanding Government Organization - Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
- Outstanding Non-Profit Organization - Texas Business For Clean Air
- Outstanding Government Official - Senator Kirk Watson
- Outstanding Commercial Enterprise - Hilton Hotels Corporation
- Gregg Cooke Award - James Marston, Director of the Energy Program, Texas Regional Office of the Environmental Defense Fund