The Green Energy Awards dinner is a night of celebration and a chance to recognise the fantastic work that has been undertaken over the past year in the journey towards a smart and sustainable energy system.
The awards are a leading national celebration of the innovative technologies, pioneering companies and inspiring individuals shaking up the energy system.
Taking place at the wonderful Bath Assembly Rooms, the prestigious Green Energy Awards Dinner has been a highlight of the sustainable energy calendar and now in its eighteenth year, was a wonderful celebration of the the sustainable and smart energy sector.
We were delighted that this years’ Award Ceremony were hosted by actor, Joe Sellman-Leava and with performance poetry from Matt Harvey. You can find out more about them both here.
More than 120 entries were submitted this year by companies and individuals across the UK for consideration in five categories:
Clean energy system disruptor
Clean energy pioneer
Clean energy scheme
Community energy initiative
Local energy leadership
The winners, which represent the very best examples of sustainable energy were:
Mixergy – winner of the Clean Energy System Disruptor award, sponsored by Wales & West Utilities
The Cornwall Local Energy Market, Centrica – winner of the Clean Energy Scheme award, sponsored by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks
Oxford City Council – winner of the Local Energy Leadership award
Brighton and Hove Energy Services Co-operative – winner of the Community Energy Initiative award
Meleri Davies – winner of the Clean Energy Pioneer award
The full press release for the winners can be found here.
The shortlisted nominees were judged by an expert panel of independent judges and announced at a glittering awards ceremony at Bath’s historic Assembly Rooms on 27 November 2019.
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