Finalists Announced for 2015 Indianapolis Sustainability Awards; IPL Nominated for Feed-in Tariff (FIT) called Rate REP

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News Release
For immediate release
APRIL 29, 2015
Media Contact:
Jennifer Hashem
(317) 650­-2994
jennifer.hashem@indy.gov

FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR 2015 INDIANAPOLIS SUSTAINABILITY AWARDS

INDIANAPOLIS - ​​ The Indianapolis Office of Sustainability announced today the finalists for the 2015 Indianapolis Sustainability Awards. Nine finalists were chosen from sustainability projects across Indianapolis and Marion County. Three finalists were selected for each of the Awards’ three categories: Economic, Environmental and Social. Three winners will be announced during the annual Indianapolis Sustainability Awards dinner on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis.

The Awards finalists are as follows:
Economic
-Green Infra Reducing Combined Sewer Overflow - Citizens Energy Group
-Neurosciences Research Building – BSA LifeStructures
-Rate REP – Indianapolis Power and Light

​Environmental

-IND Solar Farm – Airport (IAA), Telamon Corp, Johnson Melloh Solutions, and IPL
-Indiana Pacers Bikeshare Program – Indianapolis Cultural Trail
-Inst. for Green and Sust. Science (IGGS) Summer Program 2014 - Marian University
​Social

-Growing Places Indy’s Farm Expansion and U-Pick – GPI, Chase Near Eastside Legacy Center
-The Common Ground at Eskinazi Health – Eskinazi Health
-Simon Skjodt International Orangutan Center – Browning Day Mullin Dierdorf, Indianapolis Zoo​​​​​
About the Office of Sustainability

The Indianapolis Office of Sustainability was created by Mayor Greg Ballard to drive SustainIndy. The Office provides a structure for implementation and policy recommendations for SustainIndy.

The main charges of the Office of Sustainability are to lead sustainability efforts within city government, coordinate and collaborate on community sustainability goals and establish public-private partnership opportunities to move forward aggressively on achieving the vision of a more sustainable Indianapolis.

 

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