FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE—September 20, 2019
NWPPA Honors Bone-Harris, Rosolie with Annual Awards
Vancouver, Wash. – The Northwest Public Power Association’s 2019 Northwest Communications & Energy Innovations Conference (NIC) Planning Committee has selected Franklin County PUD’s Debbie Bone-Harris as this year’s winner of the Lacy Peoples Award for her lifetime commitment to the public power industry, communication, and public involvement. The committee also selected Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s Eugene Rosolie as this year’s recipient of the Jim Brands Award for his lifetime commitment to the public power industry and remarkable work in the area of energy efficiency. Both awards were presented on Tuesday, September 17, at the NIC awards banquet at the Tulalip Resort in Washington.
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