Garfield Clean Energy Innovation Awards
GARFIELD CLEAN ENERGY INNOVATION AWARDS
Commercial Energy Savings—Elder Trucking in Rifle
Public Building Energy Savings—Garfield County
Facilities Director—Craig Jay, Garfield RE-2 School District
Innovative Educator Award—Michael Logan, Carbondale Middle School
Transportation Efficiency Award—Mountain Valley Developmental Services
The Fleet Innovation Award in the Public Sector—Roaring Fork Transportation Authority
Contractor Innovation Award—Juan and Ryan Grobler of Fridgewize
Lighting Contractor—Steve Hiscock, Flatops Electric
Energy and Economic Innovation in Public Infrastructure—Town of Carbondale wastewater treatment facility
Ed Elder with Garfield County Commisioner Tom Jankovsky. Photos by Bob Ward.
Former Gov. Bill Ritter speaks at the event.
Region 8 EPA Director Tom Martin with Mark O'Meara from the Town of Carbondale, Judi Hayward, and Tim Meloveck and Frosy Merriott from the Town of Carbondale.
Judi Hayward of the Garfield Clean Energy Collaborative Board presents an award to Kenny Osier of RFTA.
Keith Lambert of the Garfield Clean Energy Collaborative Board.
Judi Hayward presents an award to Steve Hiscock of Flatops Electric.
Judi Hayward presents an award to Craig Jay of RE-2 School District.
Bill Ritter and Judi Hayward present an award to Adam Juul of Mountain Valley Developmental Services.
Judi Hayward presents an award to Michael Logan of the Carbondale Middle School.
Bill Ritter and Judi Hayward present an award to Juan Grobler of Fridewize.
Greg Russi of the Garfield Clean Energy Collaborative Board.