LB Awards More Than $50K in Prizes to Energy-Efficient Residents
2010-12-06 · By Editor
On Friday, the City of Long Beach announced the nine grand prize winners and nine runner-up prize winners of the Citys Energy Efficiency Opportunity Drawing. Winners were selected at random from the participants who entered the drawing.
“I would like to thank the participants and congratulate all of the winners of the energy efficiency opportunity drawing,” said Mayor Bob Foster. “This is a great opportunity to showcase examples of energy efficiency in our community.”
|Grand Prize Winner||Runner Up Prize Winner|
|Cheryl Perry||Nicole Arms|
|Roger Kavigan||Karen Leabo|
|Frank Keiser||Kim Armstrong|
|Lon Bubeck||Wesley Garrison|
|Gloria Shormaker||Abhay Maniar|
|Elizabeth Hayes||Paul Sumbi|
|Cynthia Stafford||Chuck Querido|
|Braxton Craghill||John De La Torre|
|Ken Asbury||Pengchun Uy|
The top 20% of highest energy bills in each Council District were segregated and one Grand Prize winner in each Council District was selected at random from this pool of entries. The other 80% of energy bills in each Council District were segregated and one Runner-Up Prize Winner in each Council District was selected at random from this pool of entries.
Grand prize winners will receive $5,000 for a home energy efficiency makeover and runner-up prize winners receive $800 toward the selection of an energy-efficient appliance for their home. A grand prize winner and runner up prize winner was selected in each of the nine Long Beach City Council Districts.
The Energy Efficiency Opportunity Drawing is a partnership between the City and Southern California Edison (SCE) and is designed to encourage Long Beach residents to save energy and money and to provide visibility and best practices for residential energy efficiency installations.
For more information, contact Meredith Reynolds, Sustainability Coordinator at 562.570.6396 or Meredith.Reynolds@longbeach.gov