We are pleased to announce the shortlisted nominations for this year’s annual Green Energy Awards hosted by Regen and sponsored by Roadnight Taylor.
Scottish Power Energy Networks, GRIDSERVE and the University of Plymouth are amongst those shortlisted for their outstanding efforts in transforming the UK energy sector after a particularly challenging few years.
The awards are a leading national celebration of pioneering innovation and sustainable development for the UK’s energy system. More than 120 entries were submitted this year by companies, communities and individuals across the UK for consideration in six categories – a testament to the incredible efforts of the renewable and clean energy sector over the past few years.
This year sees the introduction of a new category, ‘Net zero energy developer’, recognising the achievements of developers bringing forward the renewable electricity, heat and/or transport projects required to achieve net zero energy.
“Across the UK there are inspiring people leading pioneering projects and paving the way to a zero carbon energy system. The Green Energy Awards are all about celebrating their achievements and inspiring us all to rise to the challenge of transforming how we power our lives and heat our homes.” – Merlin Hyman, chief executive, Regen
The shortlisted nominations will now go through to the final stages of judging by an expert panel of independent judges. The winners are set to be announced at the dazzling awards ceremony at Bath’s historic Assembly Rooms on 30 March 2022.
Find out more about the awards and the finalists here.