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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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National Large Scale Project of the Year (>250K)

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The 2017 Large Scale Project of the Year Award recognises the efforts of all those involved in delivering a successful large scale energy efficiency project, where energy efficiency measures of more 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 above £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:-

Welsh Government Grant Funded Eco ProjectBeing Greener - Melin Homes / Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council / Carmarthenshire County Borough Council / Cardiff Council / Vale of Glamorgannominated by Melin Homes
Suffolk Energy Action: Green Deal Communities Programme Aran Services Ltd / Suffolk County Council / Knauf / SPS Envirowall / Weber / Vaillant / Ideal / Grant / Worcester Boschnominated by Aran Services Ltd
The William Farr School ProjectWilliam Farr C of E School / Greenio Limited / Lincolnshire County Councilnominated by Greenio Ltd
Energy Agency Area Based SchemesEnergy Agency; South Ayrshire Council; East Ayrshire Council; Dumfries & Galloway Council; NHS Ayrshire & Arrannominated by Energy Agency
New Lochhead Biomass FacilityAlternative Heat Ltd/Fife Councilnominated by Alternative Heat Ltd
Rowner Regeneration SchemeWall Coatings Ltd/Gosport Borough Council/YES Energy Solutions/OVO Energy/Hampshire Property Management/Zephyr Property Managementnominated by Wall Coatings Ltd
Domestic Properties within Neath/Port Talbot AreaJistcourt Ltd / TAI Tarian / Parexnominated by Jistcourt South Wales Ltd
Warmer Homes EastleighInsulated Homes Ltd/Eastleigh District Council/Baumitnominated by Insulated Homes Ltd
Maryport Regeneration ProjectJNR Contracting/Home Group/Mitie/SPS Envirowall/RNJ Partnership/Scottish Powernominated by JNR Contracting Ltd
Cosy Homes in Lancashire CHF SchemeThe Consortium of Lancashire Authorities / Firefly Energi Ltd / W.Hughes & Son / GOS Heating / Lancashire Green Deal / Saliis / SSEnominated by Firefly Energi Ltd
Stockwood Business ParkEarth Source Energy Ltd/Viessmannnominated by Earth Source Energy LTd
Coombe Farm - Poultry House ASHP ProjectBavenhill/Mitsubishinominated by Bavenhill
CosyDevon Central Heating FundTeignbridge District Council/E.ON Energy Solutions/NEA/Agility Econominated by Teignbridge District Council
The Re:New ProjectGreater London Authority / Capita nominated by Greater London Authority
Soho FarmhouseTreco/Soho House Ltdnominated by Treco
Dawlish Leisure Centre Biomass ProjectTreco/Teignbridge District Councilnominated by Treco
The Wild Rose Farm Biomass ProjectThe Biomass Hut Ltdnominated by The Biomass Hut Ltd
Preston Road Regneration ProjectHull City Council/Hull Warm Zone/Insuletics/Fortem Energy Services/Render Eastnominated by Hull City Council
Camden Energy Efficiency ProjectsKeepmoat Regeneration Ltd/London Borough of Camdennominated by Keepmoat Regeneration Ltd
Cockcroft BuildingFraser Brown MacKenna/University of Brighton/Mott MacDonald/Faithful & Gould Curtains/Burnley Wilson Fish nominated by Fraser Brown Mackenna Architects
Havebury Free to Home Solar ProjectSaving Energy UK/Havebury Housing Associationnominated by Saving Energy UK
Fitzalan RoadJNR Contracting Ltd/Broadacres Housing Association/INE Group/Hamilton Building Contracts/Wetherby Building Systems/Knauf Insulationnominated by JNR Contracting Ltd
Gateshead District Energy SchemeGateshead Council/Balfour Beatty/WSP-BB Ltd/Clancy Docwra/Edina UKnominated by Gateshead Council
Davenport Estate District Heating SchemeESP Energy / REHAU / Froling / BSS / Poujoulat Flues / Mibecnominated by ESP Energy
The Dundee Regeneration SchemeAlsecco (UK) Ltd/Turner Housing/SSE Energy/Dundee City Councilnominated by Alsecco (UK) Ltd
Dixons Carphone WarehouseSAS Energy / Trina Solar / Fronius UKnominated by Solar Advanced Systems
Ash Waste, Wrexham Ash Waste Services / Binder GmbH / Wood Energy Ltdnominated by Wood Energy
Project AetherIgnite Energy/Pets at Homenominated by Ignite Energy
Delph Lane-Whiston PrescotGroundheat; Torus Housing Association; Heliothermnominated by Groundheat
NEDO (Japanese Governments New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organisation) Smart Communities Project Greater Manchester Combined Authoritynominated by Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Health and Innovation ProgrammeNational Energy Action (NEA) / Warm Zones CIC nominated by NEA
Large Scale Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation ProgrammeSustain / Network Homesnominated by Sustain


The winner of this award was

The Re:New ProjectGreater London Authority / Capita nominated by Greater London AuthorityGreater London Authority and Capita pick up the Large Scale Project of the Year for the RE:New Project, from Sir Lenny Henry and LLewellyn Smith
The Judges said
With over 35000 energy efficiency measures installed providing safe and warm homes for those most vulnerable, who live in the most appalling conditions, The Re:New Project engaged with communities to also provide skills training and new job opportunities ensuring that energy efficiency has a long term future.

Circa 70 Housing Associations/Councils involved. 90% funded EIB grant. 35717 Measures installed. Significant community benefits. 12,000 hard to treat. 102 mWh p.a. Energy savings. Pan-London. Significant widespread expertise. Vast scope
Second: Fitzalan RoadThird: Cockcroft Building