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Charlie Canfield, the Filmsight crew, and Bruce Blanning from PECG with the 2014 Northern CA Emmy for Best Animation In A Doc, in the film "We've Got The Power".

“We’ve Got The Power”

Doc on the economics of renewable energy wins 2014 Emmy for Best Animation!


June 14 2014, San Francisco, CA. – The Professional Engineers in California Government (PECG) is pleased to announce that its latest documentary which focuses on renewable energy solutions, We’ve Got the Power, has been honored with an Emmy® Award from the San Francisco Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. “We’ve Got the Power “received the Emmy® for Best Graphic Arts: Graphics & Animation, to animation director Charlie Canfield and animator Dick Hill. The program was also nominated for Best Documentary.

“It’s an honor to have the hard work of our entire production team recognized by the Academy,” said PECG President Cathrina Barros. “We’ve Got the Power makes viewers aware that renewable energy technologies can save consumers money, improve our economy and create a healthier planet for future generations.”

We’ve Got the Power is airing right now on network and public television stations across the country. It is also available on DVD at

This is the fourth Emmy® Award-winning documentary co-produced and sponsored by PECG. 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 Emmys have shared by Charlie Canfield and colleagues for Best Animation in a Doc.

PECG represents 13,000 state-employed engineers and related professionals responsible for designing and inspecting California’s infrastructure, improving air and water quality, and developing clean energy and green technology.