|| ENERGY STAR Update - August
August 10, 2007
ENERGY STAR® Award
Applications Now Available
year, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the
US Department of Energy (DOE) recognize the significant contributions
organizations make to protect our environment through their
partnership with ENERGY STAR. All organizations participating
in the ENERGY STAR program are encouraged to apply for a 2008
ENERGY STAR Award. To be considered, an organization must
meet the specific eligibility requirements in the award application
and submit a complete application package postmarked by December
15, 2007. Applications and instructions can be found on the
Web at www.energystar.gov/awards.
Award winners will be notified by EPA in January 2008 and
subsequently honored at the ENERGY STAR Awards Ceremony in
Washington, DC on April 1, 2008.
2007 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year Award Winners
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year, EPA awarded the Commodore Corporation, CMH
Manufacturing, Inc., (a subsidiary of Clayton Homes,
Inc.) and Palm Harbor Homes with the 2007 ENERGY STAR
Partner of the Year Award for their achievements in
transforming their markets to ENERGY STAR.
The Partner of the Year recognition
is awarded to outstanding partners who have helped
to establish a significant presence for ENERGY STAR
qualified new homes in one or more regional markets.
These companies have demonstrated a commitment to
the construction of ENERGY STAR qualified new homes,
contributed to the growth of ENERGY STAR in their
markets, and effectively included ENERGY STAR in their
marketing and sales efforts.
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