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2024 NAESCO Award Program Nomination Applications are Open

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 15, 2024 – The National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO) opens nomination applications for its distinguished Award Program designed to honor the outstanding accomplishments of its member companies. The awardees and finalists will be announced during NAESCO’s Annual Meeting, R3 Conference and Expo, November 4th – 6th.

The Award Program aims to highlight the exceptional efforts and contributions made by member companies toward advancing energy efficiency, building infrastructure, and innovation. NAESCO encourages member companies to submit nominations that exemplify excellence in various categories, including but not limited to:

  • Significant savings
  • Unique savings
  • Innovative project approach
  • Innovative technology
  • Overcoming significant obstacles
  • Environmental Justice accomplishments
  • Community development/outreach

Past winners include:


Historic Community Impact Award, Centrica Business Solutions

Member Award, McClure Company

Member Award, Lighting Services


Member Award, Performance Services

Member Award, Excel Energy Group

Member Award, ECM Holding Group


Member Award, Johnson Controls

Nominations will be accepted March 15th – June 14th. For more information on the NAESCO Award Program, submission guidelines, and key dates, please visit


The National Association of Energy Service Companies (NAESCO) is the leading advocacy and accreditation organization for Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) and is dedicated to modernizing America's building infrastructure. Uniting the energy service industry, NAESCO promotes favorable government policies, sponsors a rigorous accreditation program, provides training and education, and champions the interests of ESCOs across the nation.

ESCOs contract with private and public sector energy users to provide cost-effective energy efficiency retrofits across a wide spectrum of client facilities, from college campuses to water treatment plants. Effectively utilizing a performance-based contract business model, ESCOs have implemented more than $70 billion in comprehensive energy efficiency retrofit projects over the last three decades.

Learn more about NAESCO, its members, membership benefits, and the accreditation process at, and follow NAESCO on Twitter (@NaescoNews) and LinkedIn (@naesco).

Media Contact:

Julie Chesna

On behalf of NAESCO