REA announces British Renewable Energy Awards finalists

Drax, Eco Verde Energy, Privilege Finance, and Future Biogas are among the finalists of the 2022 British Renewable Energy Awards.

More than 100 finalists have been chosen across 16 categories in the awards, hosted by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA). The categories range from Installer of the Year through to best Young RE Professional.

“I am absolutely delighted to reveal such an incredible list of finalists for this year’s British Renewable Energy Awards,” said Dr Nina Skorupska CBE, chief executive of the REA.

“One of the real privileges of my job is to celebrate the brilliant work of so many organisations and individuals in our sector and this year, there are over 100 exceptional finalists. They are the ‘game changers’ who are leading the way on the path to net zero.

“I am also really excited to be taking our Awards out of London for the first time, and I can’t wait to welcome people to Birmingham – please do join us.”

The finalists are as follows:

Accelerating to Net Zero

Environmental Compliance Solutions; Energy Systems Catapult; COP26 UK Team; National Grid ESO Pathfinder; OZEV; Zap-Map; Northern Gas Networks


Privilege Finance; Forster Communications; Greenhouse PR; Carbon Brief; Tin Man; Sky; The Heating Hub; Fully Charged Live and Show


Ripple Energy; Re:Heat; The Mid Counties Co-operative (Your Co-op Energy); Consortium including Innovate UK’s Project SCENe and University of Nottingham; Drax; SGN Commercial Services


GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy; Octopus Energy; Dynamic Energy Solutions; Osprey Charging Network; Eco Verde Energy; Privilege Finance; ITM Power

Customer Services Recognition

Nottingham City Council – Energy Services; Octopus Energy; SGN; Good Energy

Financial Leadership

Future Biogas; Daryl Murphy; Green Investment Group; Abundance; Ethex; Thrive Renewables; NatWest; Glenmont Partners from Nuveen


AFC Energy; AMP Clean Energy; NGN – Hydrogen Homes; Anaergia; HumberZero; Econic; Orbital; Zenobe


Next Day Solar; South West Electrics; HD Services; Mere End Consultants; Barri Davies Electrical; AOS Energy Efficient Heating Systems


Amazon/AWS; Keenan Recycling; Zap-Map; GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy; Neste/Rolls Royce/Airbus; National Grid ESO; NatWest; ITM Power

Low Carbon Transport

Amazon; GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy; JCB; CNG Fuels/Foresight; Osprey Charging Network; Zap-Map; British Airways/Phillips 66; ITM Power


Marston’s; Zap-Map; EMEC; Northern Gas Networks; Talbott’s Biomass Energy Systems

Preserving Natural Capital

Natural World Products; The Greener Gardening Company; Forth Resource Management; SilviBio; Keenan Recycling; Melcourt; Dalefoot Composts


Anesco; BEIS; Levenseat; AMP Clean Energy & Jolly Tom Farms; Orsted; Eden Geothermal; Geothermal Engineering; GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy; Osprey Charging Network

Smart Energy System

Zeigo; Sero Homes – James Williams; Ilke Homes; Syzygy Consulting/Nuveen (client); UK Power Networks; Powerstar; Entrust Smart Home Microgrid


WASE; Bendi; BrewDog/FoodChains; Veolia; Biomass Energy Renewables; Scottish Sea Farms; Wilson Bio-Chemical

Young RE Professional

Emma James/Limejump; Lydia Macdonell/Osprey Charging; Liam Hughes/Eco Verde Energy; Tyler Warman/Eco Verde Energy; Georgina McGivern/The Camden Clean Air Initiative

This year’s event, sponsored by Drax, will take place on 9 June in Birmingham at the Botanical Gardens.

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