Nominations for this award are open to any organisation that meets the following criteria:-
Nominees must provide a clear nomination statement outlining what sets them apart from other people managing similar projects within the industry, and demonstrating clearly what energy savings they have achieved through the management of energy efficiency projects.
The nominee must be able to provide evidence of an end user / customer who has benefited from the project and who is willing to endorse the project manager with a favourable testimonial statement.
Judges will consider the nature, scale and scope of the work carried out, and a special emphasis will be placed on any successful integration of the National or Local Government Energy Efficiency schemes into the projects managed by the nominee.
The judges will also look at:
- the impact the nominees projects have had within the community, and how the project manager has minimised negative impacts.
- what the customers and local community have to say about the projects and the project manager
- what level of expertise the project manager has in delivering energy efficiency projects.
The following have been nominated for consideration for this award:-
The previous winner of this award last year wasKeepmoatnominated by AGMA
"They have delivered huge projects in areas of high fuel poverty and used their size and client base to leverage funding from a variety of sources for the benefit of the community."
"Keepmoat has adopted a very holistic approach to taking people out of fuel poverty. It has been forward thinking in regards to funding (i.e. from various channels) so as to ensure that funding retractions or cessations do not stop all works or pull much needed measures from vulnerable customers. Additionally, Keepmoat have demonstrated the importance of working with local Supply Chains, which is key to sustainability and they have partnered with a number of less know worthy charities (i.e. Food Banks & Stroke Society), which is highly commendable."