On: 13/06/2013 18:00:00
Location: Jumeirah Carlton, London SW1X 9PY
Attendees: This event is open to both members and non-members
The REA's 8th Annual British Renewable Energy Awards - Book online above or download and use the form at the bottom of this page.
REA are delighted to announce the 2013 Award finalists.
The finalists were whittled down from a multitude of outstanding entries received across all Award categories. Thank you to everyone who entered. This year there are 9 Award categories including the new 'Leadership' and 'Skills Development'.
Peter Ainsworth (Chair of Judges) - Chairman, Big Lottery Fund & Former-MP, Phillip Cozens - Director, Progressive Energy, Juliet Davenport - CEO, Good Energy, Virginia Graham - CEO, Renewable Energy Assurance Ltd, Gaynor Hartnell - CEO, REA, Tom Heap - Broadcast journalist, Seb Kennedy - Deputy Editor, reNews, Miriam Maes - CEO, Foresee, Catherine Mitchell - Professor of Energy Policy, Exeter University, Richard Nourse - Managing Partner, Greencoat Capital, Iain Stewart - Professor of Geosciences Communication, Plymouth University & television presenter & Michael Ware - Partner, BDO.
Champion Award: An individual who deserves recognition in the sector
Community Award: A group who has been locally active in a renewable energy programme / project Sponsored by Infinis
Company Award: A company who has done the most in the last year to advance the UK renewables
Innovation Award: For any innovative, renewable energy conversion device, invention or application which has achieved a major milestone or reached market since 2012
Installer Award: A company which has excelled in the installation of on-site renewables equipment
Leadership Award: A company that is mainstreaming renewable energy through the scale of its investment and its commitment to secure its energy needs from renewables
Pioneer Award: A company or organisation in a sector not previously associated with renewables, that has now become involved and created a pathway that others can follow Sponsored by Blue & Green Tomorrow
Project Award: A company that has developed an outstanding building-integrated, on-site or noteworthy stand-alone project Sponsored by reNews
Skills Development Award: Any company or organisation which has excelled in improving the skills base in the industry
Judges Award: Judges will consider lifetime achievement or contribution to renewables if the category is not covered by the other Awards
Following on from last year's outstandingly successful and enjoyable presentation evening, the Gala Dinner will again be held at Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel on Cadogan Place, London SW1X 9PY.
Prices for Gala Dinner on Thursday, 13th June 2013
Table of 10 guests :
REA Member Rate: £2,000 + VAT
Shortlisted Nominees Rate: £2,000 + VAT
Non-REA Member Rate: £2,250 + VAT
Individual Seat Rate: £225 + VAT
Prices include; champagne reception, 3 course dinner & coffee, water and 1/2 bottle of wine per head. The Jumeriah Carlton Tower is one of London's luxury 5 star hotels set in the heart of Knightsbridge.
After Dinner Speaker: The Right Honourable Michael Portillo
Since leaving politics, Michael Portillo has devoted himself to writing and broadcasting. He is a regular on both BBC 1’s sardonic political “This Week” programme and Radio 4’s "The Moral Maze”. He has made radio and television documentaries on a wide range of subjects, including five series of "Great British (and recently Continental) Railway Journeys" for BBC2. Click here to visit Michael’s website and read his full biography.
Online booking is available and encouraged but alternatively please use the booking form below.
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