PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (PRWEB) August 05, 2019
Franklin Energy, a leading national energy efficiency and grid optimization program implementer, has been honored to receive four awards from the 2019 ANA Milwaukee Bell Awards.
A national judging panel reviewed hundreds of submissions, ultimately narrowing down to one Bell Award winner and supporting Excellence Award winners for each category.
Franklin Energy took home the top Bell Award in the ‘Website,’ category, along with Excellence Awards in ‘Small Tradeshow Exhibit,’ ‘Themed Special Event’ and ‘Agency Promotion Website’ categories. This is the sixth consecutive year Franklin Energy has been honored by the premier B2B Marketing Association, and this year’s awards bring their total count to more than 39 wins.
Details of each honor awarded to Franklin Energy’s expert marketing and creative teams this year:
- Website: Lansing Board of Water & Light “Hometown Energy Savers” Program Website
- Small tradeshow exhibit (500 sq ft or less): Focus on Energy “Close the Case” Display for Wisconsin Grocers Association Event
- Themed special event (internal or external): Franklin Energy's Annual FrEd Event
- Agency promotion website: Franklin Energy's Creative Look Book Website
More information on the ANA Milwaukee Bell and Excellence Awards is available on the ANA Milwaukee chapter site.
About Franklin Energy
Franklin Energy delivers, facilitates and implements flexible energy efficiency and grid optimization programs that enable utilities to achieve their highest-priority goals. The company’s integrated in-house services and proven software provide deeper personalization and insights for utilities, their customers and their partners alike. Franklin’s NGAGE™ platform is a scalable end-to-end solution that seamlessly integrates utility portfolio programs into a single web-based user interface for more efficient portfolio administration and more effective customer engagement. The company is celebrating its 25th year serving the utility industry, with solutions implemented by more than 1,000 experts in more than 60 offices across more than 25 states and provinces.