Jordan Customs wins Emirates Energy Award

Jordan

Published: 2017-06-21 19:31

Last Updated: 2017-06-21 20:08


The award is handed out once every two years.
The award is handed out once every two years.

Jordan Customs has scooped an Emirates Energy Award (EEA).

The award, handed out once every two years, aims to “highlight the best practices and pioneering work in energy efficiency, alternative energy, sustainability and protecting the environment,” according to their official website.

Jordan will receive its prestigious trophy during a ceremony sponsored by Dubai’s ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in October.

 

These are the EEA categories:

Energy Efficiency - Public Sector - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Energy Efficiency - Private Sector - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Large Energy Project - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Small Energy Project - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Solar Energy Projects (Distributed Generation) - Large Scale > 500kW - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Solar Energy Projects (Distributed Generation) - Small Scale < 500 kW - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Education & Capacity Building Gold, Silver & Bronze
Research & Development - Gold, Silver & Bronze
Young Professional Energy Award Gold, Silver & Bronze
Special Recognition Award