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FRAMINGHAM – Ameresco, Inc., a Framingham-based cleantech integrator specializing in energy efficiency and renewable energy, has been named a finalist in the 23rd annual S&P Global Platts Global Energy Awards’ Rising Star Individual and Construction Project of the Year categories.

Ameresco Executive Vice President and General Manager of Federal Solutions Nicole Bulgarino has been selected as a finalist for the respected Rising Star Individual award. Nicole oversees the company’s Federal division and has developed, led and implemented over $2 billion in federal energy projects with frequent government agency partners like the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security and more.

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Ameresco has also been named a finalist for the Construction Project of the Year award for its innovative solar project with Hamilton Southeastern Schools (HSE). As part of the project, Ameresco installed solar PV arrays that power three of the Indiana district’s schools and helped the district incorporate sustainability education into its ongoing curriculum to provide students with access to learn new career paths.

“This year’s complement of 196 finalists truly indicates the outstanding innovation and supreme leadership occurring in so many sectors across our industries. Companies are tackling critical issues such as emissions control, digitization, investment to improve the quality of life, and so much more,” said Jenny Salinas, Vice President, Marketing, S&P Global Platts. “We are proud to honor these individuals and companies on their achievements.”

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“Being selected as a finalist in multiple categories at the 2021 S&P Global Platts Global Energy Awards is a true honor,” said George Sakellaris, President and CEO, Ameresco. “We’ve been in this industry for over 30 years and are so grateful to be recognized for our contributions that are actively crafting a better world for the generations of tomorrow.”

Often described as “the Oscars of the energy industry,” the Global Energy Awards’ independent panel of esteemed judges will select winners for each award category from the corresponding group of finalists. Winners will be announced at the S&P Global Platts Global Energy Awards black-tie gala on December 9th in New York City. This year, the event will be held in person at Cipriani Wall Street and will follow all Covid related guidelines.

To view the complete list of Award categories and finalists, as well as more information on the Awards and upcoming ceremony, visit the website:

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