Premier's Sustainability Award winners
Momentum Energy is a proud principal sponsor and category sponsor of the Community and Small and Medium Enterprise categories.
The winner of the Community Award was the Australian Youth Climate Coalition for its program Switched on Schools Victoria, building a generation-wide movement by empowering tens of thousands of high school students to engage with climate change.
The winner of the Small and Medium Enterprise Award was Yarra Valley Estate - a conference, wedding and accommodation centre that conducts certified sustainability programs spanning energy, water, waste and community development.
The Premier's Regional Recognition Award winner was Bendigo Sustainability Group for bringing together a diverse group of people with a shared interest in sustainable living, solar power, sustainable food and gardening, community education and energy efficiency.
The Managing Director of Momentum Energy, Paul Geason, said the company is both closely connected and deeply committed to values of sustainability.
"Our parent company, Hydro Tasmania, is Australia's largest producer of renewable energy," Mr Geason said.
"We're therefore extremely proud to be supporting and promoting sustainability at grassroots level in Victoria through these prestigious awards.
"Momentum's commitment to supporting community sustainability is a big part of our mission to make energy human," he said.
The CEO of Sustainability Victoria, Stan Krpan congratulated all of the finalists and winners.
"Each year we continue to discover the passion Victorians have for protecting their environment and thinking creatively about new sustainable practices," Mr Krpan said.
"Congratulations to all of this year's winners. Your contributions will have positive long-term effects on our society and our way of life," he said. Visit Sustainability Victoria for more information on the winners.