State Elected Officials Recognize Applied

During last month’s California League of Conservation Voters’ 28th annual Environmental Leadership Awards, Applied Materials was honored for “Building a Greener California” through the company’s history of making energy efficiency the core of their work and transforming lives through bold technological advances such as innovative solar technology.

In recognition of this honor, the company received the below proclamations from various state elected officials:

From Betty Yee, Chairwoman, First District, California State Board of Equalization:

In honor and recognition of your outstanding leadership and commitment to enhancing the quality of life for the people of California through technological advances in energy efficiency; and in deep appreciation of your advancements in silicon thin film and solar technologies to lower manufacturing costs and reduce the burning of fossil fuels.

Congratulations on being honored on this occasion of the 28th Annual Environmental Leadership Gala of the California League of Conservation Voters, and best wishes for continued success.

From State Senator Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), 3rd District:

Congratulations on the occasion of being honored by the California League of Conservation Voters at their 28th Annual Environmental Leadership Awards event! I commend your commitment to incorporating energy efficient ideas in your products. It is through your steadfast work in raising awareness on environmental issues that we improve the future for generations to come. Congratulations and thank you for all that you do.

From Mark Ridley-Thomas, LA Board of Supervisors:

With sincere congratulations and best wishes the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles does hereby join in your celebration.

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On behalf of Applied Materials, we are honored to receive this recognition and continue to champion the notion that public policy is essential to stimulate a clean, sustainable and economically successful state and nation.  California has an opportunity to lead the nation in the global clean tech revolution, and we believe that both the environment and the economy are crucial players in what is considered the greatest engineering challenge and economic opportunity of this century.

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