National Energy Efficiency Awards 2019

National Renewable Heat Project of the Year

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The 2019 RHI Project of the Year Award recognises the efforts of all those involved in delivering a successful energy saving project, where new energy efficiency measures have been installed as part of the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme.


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

The nominated project must involve types of energy efficiency measures eligible for inclusion in the government's RHI Scheme

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:-

East Midlands Heat Pump Projectemh Homes/T & S Heating/Qore Energy/Mitsubishi/Kensa Heat Pumpsnominated by Qore Energy
TBCnominated by J Tomlinson
TBCnominated by The Biomass Hut Ltd
TBCnominated by Think Green Partners
Albion TowersGround Heat Installations/Salixnominated by Ground Heat Installations
TBCnominated by PBESCO

Previous Winner

The previous winner of this award in 2018 was

Windover Dairy

nominated by Bioplex Ltd
YES Energy Solutions
The Judges said

"Innovative solutions to a complex project using complementary technologies.

A leading edge Biogas project improving the viability of the process and encouraging greater application of it"

Second: Flagship Group - Orchard Close, Norfolk

Third: Thruxton Motorsport Visitor Centre

Special Commendation: East Midlands Air Source Heat Pump Project

Special Commendation: Flag Station Farm

Special Commendation: The Lodge, Mulbarton

Special Commendation: Hinton Estate

Special Commendation: Channel Island Estate and Kettering Road Ground Source Heat Pump Scheme

How to Enter the Awards

Entering an award is very simple, all you have to do is complete the online nomination forms for your chosen award category.

To get the nomination forms you need, all you have to do is contact the awards administration team either by using the enquiry form on this page, or by calling 01691 650 390, and paying the £50 (+VAT) entry fee.

General Awards Entry Criteria

The National Energy Efficiency Awards, are open to anyone involved in the Energy Saving and Efficiency sector in the UK

The purpose of the Awards is to recognise best practice within the industry so the judges will be looking for demonstrable skills, expertise and quality of service from nominees.

Applicants can either nominate themselves, their company, someone else or a company they feel deserves the recognition of the industry.

The nominee must have been involved with an energy efficiency project of some kind within the 14 months from January 2018 to March 2019.

For most categories of award, an involvement in ESOS, Green Deal, ECO or RHI projects during the period is desirable. However, for those categories not related to Green Deal,ECO or RHI please see the specific criteria and entry requirements for those Awards.

Enquiry Form

Please complete the form below to register your interest in the Energy Efficiency Awards