The finalists will now make their presentations to judges before the winner is announced at an awards ceremony at Millennium Point in Birmingham on 1st July.
AceOn Group managing director Mark Thompson said he was delighted to have made the final:
“We were one of ten companies in the running with the finalists being judged on a public vote over the last two weeks.
“We have been overwhelmed with the support we have received and would like to thank everybody who has taken the time to vote for us. We were up against some really high-calibre opposition and to have made it through to the final stage is a real achievement.”
Among AceOn’s innovations are its Renewergy Virtual Power Plant — which captures renewable energy, stores it for use when it is needed and helps cut fuel bills and lift householders out of fuel poverty — and work to bring old electric bus batteries back into use in the first scheme of its kind in the country.
“We have a proud track record of delivering solutions to some of the urgent problems around Climate Change and are really excited about having the opportunity to showcase these to both the judges and a wider audience,” said Mark.
The Innovation Awards are co-ordinated by The Technology Supply Chain, a no-cost membership for manufacturing, engineering, tech and services companies. It asked its 850 members to nominate companies and individuals for the awards.