Join us in celebrating the best of British clean technology and innovation
The inaugural BusinessGreen Technology Awards will take place at a glamorous secret London location on the afternoon of Friday 27 November, bringing together the best of the British clean tech community to celebrate the technologies and breakthroughs that are driving the development of the green economy.
Clean tech firms with a presence in the UK are invited to submit their entries for the awards in either text, video or infographic format by October 2nd.
The awards are free to enter, but short listed firms are required to purchase at least two tickets to the inaugural BusinessGreen Technology Awards lunch.
As well as entry to the presitigous awards lunch, all ticket packages includes a certificate for all shortlisted entries and the right to use the BusinessGreen Technology Awards logo in marketing material. In addition, each of the winners will be profiled on BusinessGreen throughout 2016.
The winners and highly commended entries will be selected by our expert panel of independent judges, while a special Consumer Gadget of the Year award will be voted on by BusinessGreen readers.
The full list of categories is:
App of the Year
Eco-design Innovation of the Year
Consumer Gadget of the Year - Readers' choice award
R&D Programme of the Year
Building Technology of the Year
Social Impact Technology of the Year
Smart Grid Technology of the Year
Auto Technology of the Year
Solar Innovation of the Year
Wind Energy Innovation of the Year
Marine Energy Innovation of the Year
Bio-technology of the Year
Smart City Technology of the Year
Circular Economy Innovation of the Year
Breakthrough of the Year
Innovator of the year
Technology of the year - to selected from the winners of all the other categories
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