This is the logo for the 2020 E Source Utility Ad Awards Contest

An independent group of judges selected the winners based on message, creativity, results, call to action or brand connection, and overall impression. Judges included A.J. Schmitz, Progressive Marketing Group Inc.; Kailie Hartman, Executive Events; Lindsay Sutula, Sutula Marketing; Lucia Riley, SAS Institute; Michelle Goldberg, Chapel of the Flowers; and Mike Swainey, Intelligent Demand. We honored the winners during a virtual event, The winners of the 2020 E Source Utility Ad Awards Contest.

Brand

First place: LG&E and KU

Second place: CenterPoint Energy

Energy-efficiency and demand-response programs

First place: BGE

Second place: Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Safety and emergency or outage communications

First place: WPPI Energy

View the entire book If I Were a Lineworker.

Cover of WPPI Energy's childrens book, titled If I Were a Lineworker

Second place: Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Utilities

Downloadwsfcu-no-wipes-in-pipes.pdf

Self-service

First place: Enbridge Gas

Downloadenbridge-e-bill-campaign.pdf

Second place: Puget Sound Energy

Solar, storage, electric vehicles, and electrification

First place: Southern California Gas Co.

Second place: Tennessee Valley Authority

Downloadtva-lead-the-charge.pdf

Home energy management and smart home

First place: Pepco Holdings Inc.

Images of Pepco's ad campaign, showing various pieces of marketing collateral.

Images of Pepco's social media posts on a smartphone.

Second place: Ameren Illinois

Downloadameren-energy-savings-made-easy.pdf

Crowd-pleaser

Alabama Power