EOS Eco-Energy is an award-winning not-for-profit organization based in Sackville, NB. Check out our awards received over the years:

Environmental Leadership Award, 2005 – EOS was awarded an Environmental Leadership Award in 2005 from the New Brunswick Department of the Environment for significant contributions in promoting environmental awareness. Environmental Leadership Awards used to be presented annually to individuals, groups and businesses that demonstrated exceptional leadership in the enhancement and protection of the environment.

Environmental Leadership Award

Premier’s Award for Energy Efficiency, 2010  – In 2010 EOS Eco-Energy was presented with a community award for outstanding energy efficiency achievement by Premier Shawn Graham.

Premier’s Award for Energy Efficiency

Gulf of Maine Council’s Sustainable Communities Award, 2015 – In 2015 EOS Eco-Energy and partner communities in the Tantramar region were awarded the Gulf of Maine Council’s Sustainable Communities Award for our collaborative work on regional climate change adaptation.

Gulf of Maine Sustainable Communities Award

 Eco360 Grand Prize Environmental Award, 2017 – EOS was awarded the top environmental award from Eco360, the waste commission for southeast New Brunswick, for having “the total package” when it comes to promoting environmental sustainability.

EOS Executive Director Amanda Marlin accepts the Eco360 Award

NB Power Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency Education, 2019 – This was awarded to EOS at the 2019 NB Power Efficiency Conference in Moncton, NB in recognition of our draft-proofing work party program and the hands-on education we provide about sealing air leaks.

Amanda Marlin and Kelli-Nicole Croucher accept the 2019 NB Power Education Award.

New Brunswick Environmental Network 2019 Zephyr Award – For our community leadership and ongoing efforts to empower local solutions to climate change in the Tantramar-Memramcook region.


Eco360 Community Award, 2019 – The award was given to EOS in recognition of exceptional commitment to environmental stewardship in southeastern New Brunswick in 2019.