From the Lab to the Marketplace (1995)
Awards and Citations
- National Fenestration Rating Council Technical Achievement Award - 1994
- In recognition of exemplary contributions to the NFRC mission through outstanding scientific and technical achievement and leadership in the development of NFRC technical procedures.
- Federal Laboratory Consortium Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - 1994
- Thermally efficient compact fluorescent downlights.
- U.S. Department of Energy, Sadi Carnot Award - 1993
- For lifetime achievement in the field of energy conservation and renewable energy.
- U.S. Federal Energy Management Program Sustained Exemplary Service Award - 1993
LBNL In-House Energy Management Program
- National Research Council's Transportation Research Board Fred Burggraf Award - 1993
Jonathan Koomey, Deborah Schechter, Deborah Gordon
- Excellence in transportation research by researchers 35 years of age or younger. For the article entitled "Cost Effectiveness of Fuel Economy Improvements in 1992 Honda Civic Hatchbacks."
- Federal Laboratory Consortium Special Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - 1993
Stephen Selkowitz and Dariush Arasteh
- Popular Science Magazine's Best New Product Award - 1991
Dariush Arasteh, Stephen Selkowitz, Brent Griffith
- Grand award in home technology category for development of gas-filled insulating panels.
- PEW Charitable Trust Award - 1991
- Award of $150,000 over three years, for work related to promoting energy efficiency in developing countries.
- Energy Efficient Buildings Association Technical Award - 1991
- Recognizing exceptional technical contributions to energy-efficient buildings design and practice.
- Federal Laboratory Consortium Special Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - 1989
Fred Winkelmann, Ender Erdem, Kathy Ellington, Bruce Birdsall, Fred Buhl
- For developing, documenting, disseminating, and supporting the DOE-2 program for simulating building energy use.
- Citation from Progressive Architecture Magazine - 1989
Stephen Selkowitz, Dariush Arasteh, Michael Wilde, Bob Sullivan, Francis Rubenstein
- For development of a Skylight Design Manual and accompanying software to help architects and engineers use skylights in a more energy-efficient manner.
- American Physical Society's Leo Szilard Award for Physics in the Public Interest - 1989
- For work on indoor radon, nuclear proliferation, and reactor safety.
- ASHRAE Willis H. Carrier Award - 1988
- For best presentation by an author under the age of 32 describing work using DOE-2 to study economic impacts of then-pending revisions to the ASHRAE standards for ventilation.
- ASHRAE Crosby Field Award - 1988
- For the best technical paper describing work using DOE-2 to study economic impacts of then-pending revisions to the ASHRAE standards for fresh air ventilation.
- Federal Laboratory Consortium Special Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer - 1988
Stephen Selkowitz and co-workers
- For developing and transferring to industry the WINDOW thermal analysis computer program.
- U.S. Department of Energy, Sadi Carnot Award - 1988
- For contributions to the development of high-frequency solid-state ballasts and advances in energy-efficient windows.
- American Physical Society's Leo Szilard Award for Physics in the Public Interest - 1986
- For advancing energy-efficiency technologies.
- Citation from Progressive Architecture Magazine - 1985
Stephen Selkowitz and co-workers
- For developing the sky simulator that enables architects and engineers to realistically test daylighting designs.
- Citation from Progressive Architecture Magazine - 1984
Ron Ritschard and Joe Huang
- For developing energy calculating slide rules.
- ASHRAE Willis H. Carrier Award - 1979
- For best presentation by an author under the age of 32 of a paper describing advanced window system performance.