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Sustainable Energy Top Ten (SETT 2001):


The Sustainable Energy Top Ten Awards 2001, announced by SEI in Washington on February 6, 2002, highlighted the contribution of ten key leaders to the development of sustainable energy policies and practices in the United States. The awards, combined with SEI’s interviews of these leaders, aimed to educate the American public on sustainable energy issues by helping them get to know the leading proponents for sustainable energy in this country, and to hear these leaders’ messages as directly and clearly as possible. The awards also recognized these ten individuals for their achievements and encouraged others to follow suit. Read more about the SETT awards...
To purchase a printed copy of the report, please send a check or money order in the amount of $15.00 to Sustainable Energy Institute, 1220 19th Street NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC, 20036-2405.

Read the full SETT Report Online (PDF)

Transcript of SETT Roundtable (PDF)

SETT Awards Event Press Release (PDF)

Extended Description of the SETT Awards

Numark & Jeffords

The SETT Awards project was made possible through the generous support of the following organizations:
·  ABB
·  ACE_3
·  Congress for the New Urbanism
·  Federation of American Scientists
·  Nuclear Energy Institute
·  Numark Associates
·  Pfizer
·  Renewable Energy Policy Project

·  Stonyfield Farm



SEI is compiling a database of International Sustainable Energy Leaders (ISEL). The individuals selected from this list by SEI's board for their efforts to develop and promote sustainable energy policies and practices worldwide, will be recognized and profiled in a report to be published by SEI. For more information on the ISEL Initiative, click here.

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