• REA releases a shortlist of finalists for the British Renewable Energy Awards;
  • Nearly 100 companies and individuals have been selected as finalists across 15 categories;
  • This year’s Awards will take place back in London, at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in the heart of Mayfair.


The REA (Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology) has released the full list of finalists for the British Renewable Energy Awards (BREA’s). This year’s Awards will mark the 18th edition since they began in 2006 to recognise the brilliant work of those driving change.

The BREA’s are the highlight of the renewable energy calendar and this year an unprecedented number of nominations from individuals and organisations across all sectors were received. The Awards honour those that have enabled the industry to do the amazing work we see today as we work together to achieve Net Zero by 2050.

It was extremely difficult narrowing down the entries, and with just three weeks to go, we are happy to announce this year’s finalists for all 15 categories.

The 2023 Award Ceremony and Gala Dinner, sponsored by Drax, will take place in London in The Ballroom at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, in the heart of Mayfair on Friday 23rd of June.

Dr Nina Skorupska CBE, Chief Executive of the REA (Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology) said:

“I am absolutely delighted to reveal such an incredible list of finalists for this year’s British Renewable Energy Awards, which is shaping up to be our best year yet.

“One of the real privileges of my role at the REA is to celebrate the brilliant work of so many organisations and individuals in our sector, and this year there are almost 100 exceptional finalists.

“They are the ‘Game Changers’ who are leading the way on the path to Net Zero, and each category was fiercely contested. I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate everyone who was lucky enough to be nominated, and it was inspirational reading about the work occurring across the industry as we all push for energy security and Net Zero.

“Please do join us in celebrating the brilliant work of those leading the way to Net Zero by 2050.”

You can book your place at the British Renewable Energy Awards in London here: https://www.r-e-a.net/events/british-renewable-energy-awards-2023/



The full list of incredible finalists is as follows:

Accelerating to Net Zero 

  • Centrica / HIIROC
  • National Grid Electricity System Operator(ESO)
  • Muntons & AMP Clean Energy
  • CDP
  • Advanced Infrastructure Technology Ltd


  • Thirty4/7 Communications
  • PPAYA Ltd
  • Privilege Finance
  • Too Good To Go
  • Ixora Energy


  • Ripple Energy
  • Energetik – Heat Network
  • Low Carbon Hub
  • Muirhall Energy – Crossdykes Wind Farm
  • Power Allotments; REGEN/DEVON ENERGY CIC


  • 2 Degrees KelvinLtd
  • Eco Verde Energy (EVE)
  • Octopus Energy
  • Novalux Energy Ltd
  • GivEnergy
  • Solar Group Utilities
  • Drax

Customer Service Recognition 

  • NatWest
  • Innasol
  • PPAYA Ltd
  • Octopus Energy
  • GENeco Ltd

Financial Leadership 

  • PPAYA Ltd
  • Capitas Finance Ltd
  • Foresight
  • Novuna Business Finance
  • Abundance Investment


  • Bohr Limited
  • KEW Technology
  • EnergyNest
  • GreenEnco Ltd
  • Zero
  • ubitricity
  • Gravitricity
  • 3ti Energy Hubs Ltd
  • Eaton
  • Bee Solar Technology Ltd
  • CellForm Hydrogen GmbH & Co. KG
  • QvantumEnergi AB
  • CeraPhi Energy


  • JoJu Solar
  • Innasol
  • iJo Power
  • Oxon Energy Ltd
  • Dynamic Energy Solutions

Low Carbon Transport 

  • Syzygy Consulting
  • ZeroPetroleum Ltd
  • Advanced Infrastructure Technology Ltd
  • Mer UK: Public Charging
  • ubitricity
  • Drax
  • Hitachi ZeroCarbon


  • Thames Water
  • Biomass Connect
  • Barons Eden
  • Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Trust

Preserving Natural Capital 

  • Highlands Rewilding
  • Biowise
  • Vegware
  • Carbon PlantationsLtd
  • Lightrock Power


  • SUNAMP Ltd
  • Syzygy Consulting
  • National Grid Electricity System Operator(ESO)
  • National Grid Electricity System Operator(ESO)
  • Advanced Infrastructure Technology Ltd
  • Barons Eden
  • Oxford Brookes University
  • Dynamic Energy Solutions Ltd
  • Dynamic Energy SolutionsLtd

Smart Energy System 

  • Gridserve
  • GivEnergy
  • Low Carbon Hub / Project LEO
  • GreenEnco Ltd


  • Eco Sustainable Solutions
  • KEW Technology Ltd
  • MelcourtIndustries Ltd
  • Connected Energy
  • AMP Clean Energy


Young RE Professional

  • Ovie Frederick Simon – SUNAMPLtd
  • Amna Bezanty – KEW Technology
  • Dorothy Gough – Eco Verde Energy
  • Stevie Leeks – Privilege Finance
  • Chloe Koniotes – Dynamic Energy SolutionsLtd
  • Thomas Butcher – Dynamic Energy Solutions Ltd

About the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA): The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (known as the REA) is the UK’s largest trade association for renewable energy and clean technologies with around 550 members operating across heat, transport, power and the circular economy. The REA is a not-for-profit organisation representing fourteen sectors, ranging from biogas and renewable fuels to solar and electric vehicle charging. Membership ranges from major multinationals to sole traders. For more information, visit: www.r-e-a.net