International Energy Innovator of the Year awarded to Canada’s Joshua Lewis of Nerva Energy

Nerva Energy's Joshua Lewis accepting his International Energy Innovator of the Year award.

Nerva Energy's Joshua Lewis accepting his International Energy Innovator of the Year award. — Photo courtesy Nerva Energy Group

Joshua Lewis has been named the Energy Innovator of the Year for the Canada region in the 3rd annual Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) International Awards. Honoring those with outstanding achievement and innovation in promoting the adoption of renewable, green, or other innovative energy technologies, AEE is the leading international awards organization honouring excellence in engineering management, products, projects, and professional development. AEE, which selects the winners from over 18,000 members, is comprised of industry experts and was founded in 1977 by Albert Thumann "promoting scientific and educational interests of those engaged in energy industry and to foster action for sustainable development."

"I am proud as a Canadian to be recognized as a leader in the energy field, and I am proud to bring this award to Canada in 2019," said Joshua Lewis, Engineering Manager at Nerva Energy. "It's recognition that following my heart does work, that doing what I love, what I am passionate about in my chosen profession and area of expertise is the right path."

Lewis was honoured at the star-studded AEE International Awards ceremony on Wednesday, September 25, 2019, in Washington. A full list of AEE International Awards and winners can be found at

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