RenewableUK Cymru and Cynnal Cymru has announced the shortlist for the 2019 Sustainable Academy Awards – celebrating sustainability excellence, innovation and leadership from across Wales.
24 finalists across eight categories have been chosen by our expert judging panel to go through to the public vote.
BUT NOW IT’S YOUR TURN TO DECIDE!
Your votes count towards 60% of the overall score and the winners will be announced at an awards ceremony at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Thursday 28 November. We hope you will be inspired by each of our 24 finalists and please take the time to vote for your favourites in each category. Public vote closes on Wednesday 06 November.
Here’s the shortlist:
Outstanding Renewable Energy – Sponsored by Welsh Government
- BCB International Ltd – FIREDRAGON as a sustainable Ethanol based solid fuel
- Innogy – Mynydd y Gwair Wind Farm
- Egni Coop – Community owned solar
Outstanding Social Enterprise
- Credu Charity Ltd – SeaQuest Coastal Science and Education Programme
- Greenstream Flooring
- RCMA Social Enterprise – Real Food! Real Life!
- The Digital Pattern Library – accessible, sustainable fashion for all
- Dyfi Distillery – Bringing gin production close to home
- Oseng-Rees reflection – artisan interiors and architectural installations
Sustainable Community – Sponsored EDF
- Sustainable Community at Cardiff Met University
- Under the Bridge – Milford Youth Matters
- Recycle4charity – Pembrokeshire Care, Share and Give
Sustainable Education or Training
- Black Mountains Land Use Partnership – Mountain and Moorland Ambassadors
- Severn Wye Energy Agency – Our Future’s People
- Size of Wales & WCIA – MockCOP
Sustainable Procurement or Supply Chain – Sponsored ARUP
- ARIA Bridal – Designing in sustainability from the start
- Aberystwyth University – BEACON More taste, less salt, healthier lives
- WRAP Cymru – Public Sector Sustainable Procurement Project
Sustainable Venue or Space – Sponsored by CECA Wales
- Newydd Housing Association / Eggseeds -The Solar Powered Bench
- LINC Cymru – Growing Green Spaces
- SPECIFIC, Swansea University / BIPVco – Active Buildings
- Rachel Roberts
- Meleri Davies
- Paul Allen