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Odds lengthen on Chancellor to win Renewables Champion of the Year

Nominations for British Renewable Energy Awards extended until midnight this Sunday.

The REA has expressed disappointment that George Osborne’s Budget Statement yesterday made no mention of renewable energy, despite it being one of the few sectors of the UK economy with genuine jobs and growth potential right now.

With the Chancellor out of the running, now is the perfect time to get online and nominate a client, colleague, company or community for a 2013 REA Award.

Renewable energy is a hotbed of growth and innovation, and telling the industry’s success stories is vital to raising broader public awareness of, and support for, the expansion of renewable energy in the UK. Our Awards recognise both the renewables industry itself, but also mainstream businesses and organisations which are successfully integrating renewables into their operations.

The REA will soon reveal the final line-up for the Judging Panel, which includes leading voices from business, academia and the media.

Submit your nominations here:

Don’t forget to share your nominations with the hash tag #BREA2013.


Award Categories



An individual who deserves recognition in the sector


A group who has been locally active in a renewable energy programme /project


A company who has done the most in the last year to advance the UK renewables


For any innovative, renewable energy conversion device, invention or application which has achieved a major milestone or reached market since 2012


A company which has excelled in the installation of on-site renewables equipment


A company that is mainstreaming renewable energy through the scale of its investment and its commitment to secure its energy needs from renewables


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


A company that has developed an outstanding building-integrated, on-site or noteworthy stand-alone project

Skills Development

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


To book your place at the Awards Gala Dinner, which will again be held at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in Knightsbridge on 13th June, visit:


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