The New Economy Energy & Environmental Awards 2009

By Prne, Gaea News Network
Monday, June 22, 2009

LONDON - The New Economy is pleased to announce the winners of its 2009 Energy & Environmental Awards, recognising excellence in the winners’ respective fields, including innovative use of technology and achievement in other specific areas. The award winners were:

Best Clean Energy Company of the year 2009 Fluor Corporation Energy Company of the Year, Latin America Enersis S.A. Utility Services Provider of the Year, Italy Acea SpA Best Renewable Energy Solution, Italy Kerself S.p.A. Best Renewable Energy Solution, France EUROPLASMA Exploration & Production Company of the Year Anadarko Petroleum Corporation Gas Utility Company of the Year Gas Natural Independent Power Producing Company of the Year Edison Integrated Oil and Gas Company of the Year ExxonMobil Refining and Marketing Company of the Year Reliance Industries Carbon Capture Transport Company of the Year I.M. Skaugen Energy Efficiency Award Landis+Gyr Emissions Control Technology Company of the Year Nalco Mobotec Green City of the Year Copenhagen Energy Trading Company of the Year WestLB Energy Exchange of the Year European Energy Exchange AG Energy Broker of the Year Spectron Group Outstanding New Technology Development Company of the Year Carbozyme Best Global Energy Construction Company of the Year Arcelor Mittal Best Environmental Equipment Company of the Year Mitsubishi Heavy Industry

About the Awards

All award winners were judged according to the following criteria: - Innovation and originality - Project Management Ability - Keeping ahead of the competition - Market leadership and geographic spread - Proof of development and continued progression - High levels of transparency and good governance

According to The New Economy’s editor Jan Spiegel, who chaired the panel overseeing the awards, “This was exciting to be a part of. Discussions were conducted at length here in our offices, via email and over the telephone with our contributors from around the world.

“The decisions were not always easy to make, but the process of making them was certainly rewarding - and not a little arduous. Ultimately though, the process has been hugely valuable for everybody involved.”

Source: The New Economy

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