Entries now open for Wales Green Energy Awards

A new category has been introduced to the 2017 Wales Green Energy Awards.  For the first time, there is now a Smart Energy award, which celebrates an individual, company or organisation that has deployed the most innovative smart energy scheme. See all categories here.

Now in its fifth year, the awards ceremony has become a highlight in the calendar for many within the green energy sector in Wales.  It will be held in St David’s Hotel & Spa in Cardiff  Friday 10 November.  Tickets will go on sale in August and closing date for entries is 5pm on Friday 14 July 2017.  

Last year’s winners included Parc Stormy Cenin Renewables, Hendre Glyn Biomass, Blaenau Gwent County Borough Council, Ynni Ogwen Cyf, Dulas Ltd, ISO Fab, Steve Hack of Dulas, Carl Sargeant AM, Natural Resources Wales and Perpetual V2G. See what our judges said about the worthy winners here.

“It’s that time of year again, get recognised for your hard work and enter this year’s awards..”

David Clubb

All set up for the #greenenergywales awards! Pob lwc i pawb

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We are currently finalising sponsorship for the award categories. Benefits of award sponsorship include a complimentary table of ten at the awards ceremony, as well as a range of positive promotional opportunities for your company or brand.

Contact Nia Lloyd on 029 2034 7840 or at [email protected] to find out more.

Dr David Clubb, Director of RenewableUK Cymru, said:

“This popular set of awards attracts strong contenders from around Wales, comprising a huge variety of projects. We look forward to presenting the judges with the usual very high standard of entry in order to make their task as difficult as possible.”

To enter the Wales Green Energy Awards, go to www.greenenergyawards.wales  You can also nominate a person or organisation for any of the categories.  The closing date for entries is Friday 14th July.  A shortlist will be drawn up by RenewableUK Cymru, which will then be judged by an independent panel.  The judges’ decision is final.  Shortlisted entries will be informed shortly after the closing date.