The Pinnacles Awards Ceremony saw the announcement of the winner of the Sir William Hudson Award, the National Engineer of the Year Award winners, the President’s Prize, and the Peter Nicol Russell Memorial Medal recipient.
Broadcast live, the national awards ceremony allowed viewers to hear from the award finalists and witness winner reactions as we cross-live to different locations around Australia. After 32 years of the national award program, this year marked a milestone in the awards’ history – celebrating via online ceremonies for the first time.
You can now register or log in to watch the Pinnacles Awards Ceremony or all Division virtual award ceremonies on demand.
2020 has been a year like no other, and though celebrations across the country looked a little different this year, you can see how people celebrated around the country through the hashtag #PinnaclesAwards2020.
2018 SIR WILLIAM HUDSON AWARD WINNER
For Alan Reid, Head of Operations at Reposit Power and 2018 Sir William Hudson Award representative, the awards were an opportunity to benchmark the Reposit Canberra Virtual Power Plant against their engineering peers.
Hear more from Alan on what winning meant to the project team during the Virtual Awards Ceremonies.