The finalists for the Energy Awards have now been announced. This prestigious event is one of the most respected in the industry, celebrating excellence for the intelligent use of energy.
This year, the Energy Awards saw a significant increase in entries from a broad range of sectors. The awards cover every aspect of the energy industry, from Retail Energy Project to Behavioural Change to Broker of the Year.
Andrew Gaved, who as Editor-in-Chief of H&V News and RAC, hosts the Energy Awards, says:
“Being shortlisted for an Energy Award is something rightly to be proud of. There is an immense talent that exists across the energy industry, despite the continually challenging environment, and the fact that Haven Power has been selected as a finalist is testament to the work they have achieved in this sector over the past year. Congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted – our esteemed panel of judges now have the tough job of choosing the winners.”
The winners of the Energy Awards 2016 will be revealed on 30th November at the London Hilton on Park Lane where the energy industry elite will come together for a night of recognition and celebration of the sector’s achievements.
Don’t miss the opportunity to cement your company’s position as a present and future player in the energy industry, and be the first to congratulate the winners on the night. For more information on how to attend the Energy Awards 2016 go to https://www.theenergyawards.com/
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