National Energy Efficiency Awards 2022

National Multi-Measure Project of the Year

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Award Category Description

The Multi-measure Project of the Year Award recognises the efforts of all those involved in delivering a successful large scale energy efficiency project, where multiple energy efficiency measures of more than one type have been installed.


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

The nominated project must involve multiple types of energy efficiency measures

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.

Nominees for this award


nominated by Portsmouth City Council


nominated by London Borough of Hackney

The Zero SW20

SHA Environmental/ZGRP/Hollis Global

nominated by Vivid Design

Athelhampton House and Gardens project zero

H2ecO Limited/Athelhampton House and Gardens/Spase Architecture/Empower Energy

nominated by H2EcO Limited

Moss Side Cosy Home

MSV Housing Group Limited/Thermatic Homes Ltd/Eco Homes

nominated by MSV Housing Group Limited

Torbay Leisure Centre

Leisure Energy/Parkwood Leisure/Torbay Council

nominated by Leisure Energy

Holt Park

EQUANS/Leeds City Council

nominated by EQUANS Regeneration Ltd

Better Homes Yorkshire

nominated by EQUANS Regeneration Ltd

North Lanarkshire MTC

Procast Group/North Lanarkshire Council

nominated by Procast Group

LCRCA LAD 2 Scheme

Next Energy Solutions/Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRCA)

nominated by Next Energy Solutions

South West Net Zero Hub, Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery Scheme Phase 2

Community Home Solutions/City Energy & Partners

nominated by Community Home Solutions

LED Lighting Scheme

London Borough of Redbridge Council/EES Group

nominated by London Borough of Redbridge Council


nominated by FDG Group

Havendale Close net zero carbon retrofit pilot

Midland Heart in collaboration with PH Jones, part of British Gas (Centrica)

nominated by Midland Heart

St Phillips Combined Renewable Project

nominated by Pacifica Group

Whetstone Green Apartments

nominated by MKM Developments

The Blacon Adventure Playground Net Zero Retrofit Project

Anthesis (UK) Ltd/Sanctuary Housing Association

nominated by Anthesis (UK) Ltd


nominated by Engenera Renewables Group

Gloucestershire Target 2030 - Countdown to a low Carbon Economy

nominated by Severn Wye Energy Agency

Sero Training Truck

nominated by Heatforce (Wales) Ltd

Warmer Homes & Connected For Warmth

nominated by Agility Eco

Previous Winner

The current holder of this award is

Prize being presented to Gloucestershire Target 2030 Countdown to a Low Carbon Economy
Photos from the National Awards 2020
Gloucestershire Target 2030 Countdown to a Low Carbon Economy

they were nominated by Severn Wye Energy Agency

Also recognised were
Second: Teesside International Airport
Third: Toll Bar House