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National Energy Efficiency & Healthy Homes Awards 2017

Awards Ceremony:Friday, 29th September 2017
Hilton Birmingham Metropole, NEC Birmingham
Entry Deadline: Awards Now Closed
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Award Category

National Small Scale Project of the Year (<250K)

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The 2017 Small Scale Project of the Year Award recognises the efforts of all those involved in delivering a successful small scale energy saving project, where energy efficiency measures of less than £250,000 have been installed.


Nominations for this award are open to any commercial or domestic project that meets the following criteria:-

The nominated project must be below £250,000 in value

All contractors working on the project must be fully qualified

Nominees must provide a clear nomination statement outlining what sets their project apart from other similar projects within the industry, and demonstrating clearly what energy savings can be achieved.

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 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 any National or Local Government Energy Efficiency schemes into the nominated project.

The judges will also look at:
- the impact the project has had within the community.
- what the customers and local community have to say about the project
- what level of expertise the project management and delivery team has in delivering this type of project.


The following have been nominated for consideration for this award:-

Swansea University Active Classroomnominated by Solar Plants
Sony Europe UKnominated by Solar Plants
The Pitroddie Heat Pump Projectnominated by Source Energy Heat Pumps Scotland
Nottingham Solar CarportEvo Energy; Nottingham City Councilnominated by Evo Energy
District Ground Source Heat Pump SchemeArea Eco/J Tomlinson/Bromford Housing/Vaillantnominated by Area Eco
The Gads Hill ProjectEnewall Ltd; RDL Rendernominated by Enewall Ltd
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Town Hall Solar ProjectEvergen Solarnominated by Evergen Solar
Installation of Endotherm at United Utilities, WarringtonEndo Enterprises UK Ltd/Preston Councilnominated by Endo Enterprises UKLtd
Lewes District Council Hard to Treat ProjectInsulated Homes Ltd/Lewes District Council/Baumitnominated by Insulated Homes Ltd
The Whitcliffe - Willance Estatenominated by JNR Contracting Ltd
Penrhos CourtBavenhill/Mitsubishinominated by Bavenhill
Greysich - Midlands EWI ProjectPPG Architectural Coatings UK Ltd/J M Renderwall Ltdnominated by PPG Architectural Coatings UK Ltd
Eton Manor Rugby ClubGround Sun Ltd/OCHSNER Heat Pumpsnominated by Ground Sun Ltd
Pioneer - Adelphi Roadnominated by Pioneer Wall Cladding & Building Insulation Ltd
Baythorne MillHeat Different/Viessmannnominated by Heat Different
Bishopstone Drivenominated by Bright Green Homes LLP
Lake House Ground Source Heat PumpsIheat Ltd/CTCnominated by Iheat Ltd
The Willis Projectnominated by Silvercrest Energy
Bradley & Curzon Street Regeneration ProjectJNR Contracting Ltd/ECECO/Huddersfield Councilnominated by JNR Contracting Ltd
Beehive Association Projectnominated by Select Solar
Manor Car ParkEngenera/Newcastle Councilnominated by Engenera
Energy 2020 - Achieving the MaximumThe Smith Emsley Partnership; Dunedin Canmore Housing Association; Insulation Solutions Scotlandnominated by The Smith Emsley Partnership
Chatham Docksnominated by Silvercrest Energy
Kings Parknominated by Silvercrest Energy

Previous Winner

The previous winner of this award last year was

Bodnant GardensCarbon Zero Renewables / National Trust (Wales) / Panasonicnominated by Carbon Zero RenewablesBodnant Gardens Solar PV Project
The Judges said

"Bodnant Garden PV is the standout small project because it simply has the widest impact (visitors & organisation). Not only was the project well considered, it's planners were clearly cognisant of the local aesthetics - choosing to adapt the array in such a manner which was not overly impacting on the local natal beauty. Additionally, the system has the ability to make a real difference to an organisation that will, undoubtably, re-route energy efficiency savings back into local conservation. "

"Their meticulous detail made this application stand out."

In 2nd place was School Haus at Chalgrove Primary SchoolIn 3rd Place was Dunedin and Canmore Heat Challenge 2015