L-Prize; Bright Tomorrow Lighting Prizes

Current L Prize Partners

A growing number of utilities and energy efficiency organizations in North America have signed on as L Prize partners. These organizations participate in planning meetings, working with DOE to develop region-specific plans for field assessments and product promotion.

West

Mountain/Central

East

BC Hydro

California Public Utilities Commission

Energy Trust of Oregon


Eugene Water & Electric Board


Natural Resources Defense Council


Nevada Energy (includes Sierra Pacific Power and Nevada Power)


Pacific Gas and Electric Company


Puget Sound Energy


Sacramento Municipal Utility District


San Diego Gas & Electric


Seattle City Light


Southern California Edison

Ameren Illinois


Commonwealth Edison


DTE Energy

Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance


Platte River Power Authority


Southern Minnesota Municipal Power Agency


Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation/Focus on Energy


Xcel Energy

Cape Light Compact


Efficiency Vermont


Energize CT

greenTbiz, Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas


Long Island Power Authority


National Grid


Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships


New York State Energy Research and Development Authority


NSTAR Electric

Progress Energy


Current Partners

West
BC Hydro
California Public
  Utilities Commission

Energy Trust of Oregon
Eugene Water & Electric Board
Natural Resources Defense
  Council

NV Energy
Pacific Gas & Electric
Puget Sound Energy
Sacramento Municipal
  Utility District

San Diego Gas & Electric
Seattle City Light
Southern California Edison

Mountain/Central
Ameren Illinois
Commonwealth Edison
DTE Energy
Midwest Energy Efficiency
  Alliance (covers 13 states)

Platte River Power Authority
Southern Minnesota Municipal
  Power Agency

Wisconsin Energy
  Conservation Corporation
Xcel Energy

East
Cape Light Compact
Connecticut Energy
  Efficiency Fund
Connecticut Light & Power
Efficiency Vermont
Energize CT
greenTbiz, Toronto
  Association of Business
  Improvement Areas

Long Island Power Authority
National Grid
New York State Energy
  Research and Development
  Authority

Northeast Energy Efficiency
  Partnerships (covers
  8 states)

NSTAR Electric
Progress Energy

Learn more about solid-state lighting at the U.S. Department of Energy Solid-State Lighting Web site

Last Updated: November 7, 2012
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