The Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards are returning to the Ricoh Arena this September.
Previously known as the Renewables Awards, this year’s show, which will be introduced by climate change minister Greg Barker, will benefit businesses that are looking to advance their credentials in the energy efficiency & renewables sector.
On the evening, guests are guaranteed an exciting evening at an event which has boasted entertainment from Michael Mcintyre & Omid Djalili and has been hosted by Gabby Logan & Julia Bradbury in recent years. Event organiser, Dan Caesar, promises a first class line-up again this Autumn: “We pride ourselves on our investment in high-profile hosts for our awards, which is just one of the reasons why in two short years, our awards are already recognised as the ones worth winning. With Greg Barker on board already and with big names from the entertainment industry to follow, it’s the best evening in the UK construction sector, bar none.”
If your business is serious about staking its claim in the fast-growing energy efficiency market, Ceasar says the value of being shortlisted should not be underestimated, while the value of winning an award is priceless. As well as an array of awards for products, projects & installers, for the first time this years categories are also including energy efficiency installers that specialise in glazing, insulation & lighting.
Nomination packs are available from Friday March 1 st, while the deadline for submissions will be Friday May 31st, and the categories are as follows:
•Contribution to Energy Efficiency
•Residential New Build Project
•Residential Retrofit Project
•Energy Efficient Client
•Energy Efficient Initiative
•Low-Energy Lighting Installer
•Heat Efficient Installer
•Water Efficient Installer
•Solar PV Installer
•Solar Thermal Installer
•Air Source Installer
•Ground Source Installer
•Energy Efficient Installer
This year’s panel of industry experts, which will select shortlists from hundreds of submissions by Monday 1st
•Head of Sustainability, B&ES (Building & Engineering Services Association)
•Principal Consultant, BRE (Building Research Establishment)
•Editor, REI (Renewable Energy Installer Magazine)
•Head of Sustainability, Wolseley
•Marketing Director, BEAMA (British Electrotechnical & Allied Manufacturers Association)
•Managing Director, Green Heat
•Director, HHIC (Heating & Hot Water Industry Council)
The Energy Efficiency & Renewables Awards take place at the Ricoh Arena in the Midlands on Thursday 12th September.