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Energy Systems Integration Group Announces 2018 Steven Gilbert Memorial Scholarship Recipients

Parul Dubey on June 1, 2018 - in Awards, News, People

RESTON, Va. – The Energy Systems Integration Group (ESIG) Board of Directors recently awarded scholarships to five students in honor of former ESIG board member, Steven Gilbert. This year’s recipients are:


Michelle R. Moore, University of Florida

Cassandra M. Gietek, Michigan Technological University

Dayton Fancher, Texas Tech University

Lastar Green, MAIT College of Technology


“We would like to thank all of the students who applied and congratulate this year’s scholarship award winners,” said Mark Ahlstrom, ESIG Board President. “After reviewing all of the applications, their essays and accomplishments, it became apparent quickly that the future of our industry is in great hands!”


The Steven Gilbert Memorial Scholarship program serves as an extension of one of ESIG’s primary goals – to further the education of students enrolled in accredited college or vocational schools in programs related to power engineering, wind or solar energy, or the maintenance of wind turbines or solar power plants. 


Steven Gilbert was a long-time participant in ESIG who served on the ESIG Board of Directors and was Chair of ESIG’s O&M Users Group.  He passed away suddenly in 2016 and as a way to honor him, the ESIG Board named this scholarship program in his memory.


For more information on ESIG or the scholarship program, please visit www.esig.energy.


About Energy Systems Integration Group


The Energy Systems Integration Group (ESIG) is a non-profit engineering, resources and education association that serves the energy industry. ESIG’s mission is to chart the future of energy systems integration with a total system approach. ESIG does this by promoting the development and application of engineering and operational practices that support today’s electricity systems and the coordination between the electricity system and natural gas systems, transportation systems and a wide range of other energy and infrastructure pathways. For more information about ESIG, visit www.esig.energy.

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