“We’ve Got The Power” wins 2014 Emmy for Best Animation!

This is the fourth multi-Emmy® Award-winning documentary co-produced and sponsored by PECG, for a total of 6 Emmys! The Academy previously honored The Bridge So Far – A Suspense Story, A Span in Time and The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green. Of six total Emmy wins, 4 have been for Best Animation in a Doc; 2 have been for Best Doc.

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We’ve Got The Power

-Animation excerpts from the doc on the economics of renewable energy. WINS EMMY for Best Animation In A Doc!

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“The Next Frontier” wins 2010-2011 Emmy award!

-for Graphics and Animation in a Program! The film dispatches the debate about global warming and climate change and instead takes us on a global journey to focus on the renewable, clean energy technologies that can improve our future and create significant economic opportunities.

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The Next Frontier: Engineering the Golden Age of Green

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-Documentary on urgent issues facing our environment and economy, and the currently available, profitable solutions. WINS 2 EMMYS for Best Animation and Best Doc!

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“A Span In Time” wins 2008-9 Emmy!

-for best graphics and animation in a documentary! The film tells the next chapter in the Bay Bridge construction saga, with the (animated) alarmist TV anchor “Max Tabloid” (mis)reporting the story as it unfolds on the screen.

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Amazing: The Rebuilding of the MacArthur Maze

-nominated for TWO 2007-8 Emmy awards for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary and Outstanding Graphics and Animation in a Program.

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“The Bridge So Far” wins TWO 2006-7 Emmy Awards

-for Outstanding Achievement in a Documentary (David L Brown Productions) and Outstanding Graphics and Animation in a Program (Charlie Canfield for cartoon animation, Rick Pepper for 3D visualizations).

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