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EEI award programs recognize outstanding leadership and service in the electric power industry. Learn more about previous winners and the nomination process for each of the EEI awards below.
Thomas F. Farrell, II Safety Leadership and Innovation Award
The Thomas F. Farrell, II Safety Leadership and Innovation Award is an industry-wide recognition of individuals, projects, and organizations that exemplify the industry’s core value of continuous safety improvement.
The Edison Award is presented to one U.S. investor-owned electric company and one international member each year for "distinguished leadership, innovation, and contribution to the advancement of the electric industry for the benefit of all."
The EEI Index Award for investor-owned electric companies is presented annually to EEI member companies that have achieved the highest total shareholder return in the Large-, Mid-, and Small-Capitalization categories.
Outstanding National Key Accounts Customer Service Awards
The Awards for Outstanding National Key Accounts Customer Service were established by EEI’s Customer Advisory Group (CAG), a group of national corporate customers that provide feedback, guidance and support to EEI’s National Key Accounts program.
Presented bi-annually at the National Key Accounts Workshop, these awards provide national customers an opportunity to recognize both individuals and EEI member companies that have provided superior service to support their businesses.
The Advocacy Excellence Award highlights EEI member companies' engagement and activism in public policy advocacy at federal, state, and local levels. This prestigious award recognizes companies that use the full range of advocacy tools, including: direct lobbying, grassroots or grass tops outreach and activation, coalition building, and voter and opinion leader education.