Each year, the Environmental Business Council of New England (EBC) recognizes companies, organizations and individuals for outstanding accomplishment in environmental management, energy resources and management, and climate change through the EBEE Awards. The EBEE Awards are presented at the EBC’s Annual Award Celebration, typically held in June. These awards were established by the EBC to encourage companies, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and environmental professionals to serve as models for others to emulate and, in doing so, further the mission and objectives of the EBC.
Thursday, September 17, 2020 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In 2020 the Annual EBEE Awards Celebration will be held in an exciting virtual format! The short, one-hour livestream event will keep you engaged and excited to celebrate with the award recipients.
Gain visibility and recognition for your company and sponsor the 2020 EBEE Awards Dinner, the EBC’s most attended annual program. Sponsorship increases the presence and visibility of your company and identifies your company as a leader in the industry. Your company’s logo will reach thousands of professionals in the environmental sector through emails and the EBC website.REGISTER NOW
Top sponsors receive prominent placement in the printed program book, a special shout out during the virtual celebration, and a chance to include your company logo in the gift box mailed to all registered attendees.
Registration for sponsorship closes on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
As EBC’s biggest fundraiser of the year, your sponsorship support is vital to the continuing success of the organization. Thank you!
Register now and celebrate the winners from the comfort of your own home or office! EBC’s virtual format for 2020 will allow attendees to kick up their feet and enjoy the presentation from anywhere. Included in your registration is a gift box, mailed directly to you, that will help you celebrate in style!
As EBC’s biggest fundraiser of the year, your support through registration and participation is vital to the continuing success of the organization. Thank you!
EBC Member: $100
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EBC Members Only – Ascending Professionals: $75
Available to those who have worked in the energy and/or environmental industry for less than 10 years. Available to those affiliated with an EBC Member Company only.
Government, Nonprofit, Municipal, or Higher Ed Affiliation: $50
Available to those employed by government agencies, nonprofit organizations, municipal government, or higher education organizations.
All registrations are non-refundable after 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 10, 2020.
Registration will close at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 17, 2020.
Award Description: The EBC James D.P. Farrell Award for Brownfields-Remediation Project of the Year is awarded to Encore Boston Harbor in recognition of the remarkable redevelopment of the former Monsanto Chemical Company site on the Mystic River in Everett, Massachusetts. The $2.6B project, the largest private development in the history of Massachusetts, removed 890,000 tons of contaminated soil from the site and included the construction of a living shoreline, a 1MW solar array, 3 MW cogeneration plant, 4MW battery energy storage system, and a rainwater irrigation system. The site is now host to a 27-story hotel tower, convention area, and gaming, retail, and dining venues. The project has revitalized a formerly industrial area of Everett and now hosts a public harborwalk and ferry transportation to and from downtown Boston.
Presenting the Award: Lauren A. Liss, President and CEO, MassDevelopment
Outgoing Chair, EBC Board of Directors
Managing Partner, Bowditch & Dewey, LLP
Award Description: In Recognition of Meritorious Service, Leadership and Dedication to Improving the Quality of the Environment and to the Development of the Environmental – Energy Industry in New England
Presenting the Award: Thomas A. Mackie, Shareholder, Mackie Shea Durning, P.C.
Award Description: The EBC Nicholas Humber Award for Outstanding Collaboration is awarded to the Little Bay Submarine Cable Crossing, a technically challenging project involving the installation of one mile of buried submarine cable utilizing jet plow technology across Little Bay, an environmentally significant estuary located in Durham and Newington, NH. The cable crossing is part of Eversource Energy’s Seacoast Reliability Project, a new, 13-mile 115-kV transmission line that will help to ensure the continued delivery of reliable power to communities and businesses throughout the region and support economic growth in the future. The permitting process included rigorous environmental surveys and studies developed in coordination with State and Federal agencies. During and following construction, numerous monitoring plans, including a comprehensive water quality monitoring plan, required intensive coordination and collaboration by the utility, environmental consultants, regulators, engineers, laboratories, and the cable installer to ensure negligible water quality or ecological impacts.
Presenting the Award: Tammy Turley, Regulatory Chief, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England
Award Description: The EBC John A.S. McGlennon Award for Corporate Leadership is awarded to Ørsted U.S. Offshore Wind, in recognition of the company’s commitment to developing clean, renewable energy for New England and beyond. Through its Boston and Providence headquarters, Ørsted has development contracts from Rhode Island down to Virginia – the largest portfolio of any U.S. developer. More than 300 new jobs were created for Ørsted’s Block Island Wind Farm, the first offshore wind farm in the United States, and the project brought economic opportunities and local investment to Rhode Island and Connecticut. Ørsted is leading the transformation to green energy and is committed to ensuring long-term success and the growth of the offshore wind industry in New England.
Accepting the Award: Lauren Burm, Head of Public Affairs, Communications and Sustainability, Ørsted, U.S. Offshore Wind
Presenting the Award: Gina M. Raimondo, Governor, State of Rhode Island
Award Description: The EBC Award for Climate Change Project of the Year is awarded to Clippership Wharf, in recognition of an innovative residential complex pioneering the integration of climate resiliency features to protect the site and enhance the waterfront. The design includes a combination of resilient solutions, including terraced landscape buffers, seawalls, and native plantings, to exceed Boston’s Coastal Flood Resilience Design standards. A living shoreline, the first in Boston’s urban harbor, creates a beneficial new habitat and works with the site to protect not only tenants but other inland properties in East Boston. The project includes a $25M brownfields cleanup, four acres of waterfront open space, green infrastructure that works in concert with engineered systems and raingardens to increase the site’s climate resiliency, and a 1,700 linear foot extension of the Harborwalk.
Presenting the Award: Kathleen Theoharides, Secretary, Executive Office of Environmental and Energy Affairs, Commonwealth of Massachusetts