Awards

Recognizing the projects, players, and collaborators that demonstrate innovation and excellence in the smart energy ecosystem.


Top 10 Utility Solar Rankings

SEPA honors the best in solar and other distributed energy resources through our Top 10 Awards.

Top 10 Watts per Customer for 2015
1 Village of Minster, Ohio
2,104 W/C 1 System
2 Dominion North Carolina Power 1,946 W/C 45 Systems
3 City of Palo Alto Utilities 1,846 W/C 861 Systems
4 Carey Municipal Power & Light 1,351 W/C 1 System
5 Guam Power Authority 661 W/C 565 Systems
6 Roseville Electric Utility 629 W/C 709 Systems
7 Kauai Island Utility Cooperative 591 W/C 802 Systems
8 City of Okolona, Mississippi Electric Dep. 495 W/C 3 Systems
9 Maui Electric 386 W/C 2,149 Systems
10 Duke Energy Progress 354 W/C 664 Systems
W/C = Watts per customer
Top 10 Annual Megawatts for 2015
1 Southern California Edison
1,258 MW 68,189 Systems
2 Pacific Gas & Electric Company 787 MW 56,649 Systems
3 Duke Energy Progress 461 MW 664 Systems
4 San Diego Gas & Electric 441 MW 27,236 Systems
5 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power 247 MW 5,083 Systems
6 Dominion North Carolina Power 232 MW 45 Systems
7 NV Energy 224 MW 12,099 Systems
8 Rocky Mountain Power 194 MW 3,181 Systems
9 Georgia Power Company 189 MW 218 Systems
10 National Grid - Massachusetts 154 MW 12,192 Systems
MW = Megawatt

Our Top 10 Utility Solar Rankings are chosen from the top 10 utilities that participate in our Annual Utility Market Survey. This year’s survey is currently open and will close on March 3rd. To be counted for our Top 10 Awards, and to make sure your utility is represented in our survey, click here.


SEPA Power Player Awards

Investor-Owned Utility of the Year

Pepco, an Exelon Company

Innovative Partner of the Year

Clean Energy Collective

Public Power Utility of the Year

Village of Minster, Ohio

Electric Cooperative of the Year

Green Power EMC

Solar Champion

Dora Nakafuji from Hawaiian Electric Company