National Grid Again Presents IMEC with Two Energy Efficiency Achievement Awards

In February, National Grid once again presented IMEC with two awards recognizing its exemplary achievements as a Project Expeditor (PEX) producing exceptional results in energy efficiency.

IMEC received the Significant Contributor Project Expeditor Achievement Award for exceeding 100% of its goals for KWH Saved, as well as the Project Expeditor Gold Award for major contributions to National Grid's gas efficiency program. 

"It's gratifying to be recognized by National Grid for our commitment to energy-efficiency," said IMEC president and director of engineering Joe D'Ambriosio, Sr., "We always strive to find creative new ways to reduce energy consumption and costs for our customers, which has produced hundreds of thousands of tons in carbon reduction throughout the region to date."

RECENT ENERGY-EFFICIENCY AWARDS
• 2010 Energy Award for Excellence in Design & Engineering from Connecticut Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers of New England
• 2010 Best Compressed Air Energy Project Award from Association of Energy Engineers of New England
• 2011 Best Compressed Air Energy Project Award from Association of Energy Engineers of New England
• 2014 National Grid Project Expeditor (PEX) Achievment Award for exceeding 100% of KWH and Therms Savings goals
• 2014 National Grid Certificate of Achievement for Achieving the Highest Number of Therms Saved 

• 2015 National Grid Project Expeditor (PEX) Achievment Award for exceeding 100% of KWH savings goals
• 2015 National Grid Bronze Award for Contributions to Gas Energy Efficiency
• 2015 Innovative Project of the Year Award from Association of Energy Engineers of New England
• 2016 National Grid Project Expeditor (PEX) Achievment Award for exceeding 100% of KWH savings goals
• 2016 National Grid Gold Award for Contributions to Gas Energy Efficiency