BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2017: Shortlist announced

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BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2017: Shortlist announced

Have you made the shortlist for the UK's largest and most prestigious green business awards?

BusinessGreen can today announce the shortlist for the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2017, bringing together some of the UK's most innovative and inspiring green businesses and executives.

The awards will take place on the evening of June 28th at The Brewery in Central London. Shortlisted organisations and individuals now have until Monday June 5th to confirm their attendance and book their place at the glittering awards ceremony.

"Congratulations to all the shortlisted entries," said BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray. "The awards were as competitive as ever with many categories over-subscribed with high quality entries. We look forward to celebrating the best and the brightest of the green economy to mark BusinessGreen's 10th anniversary this year."

The full short list is:

 

NGO of the Year

Carbon Tracker Initiative

Climate Disclosure Standards Board

Future-Fit Foundation

ShareAction

Sussex Green Living

2050 Climate Group

 

Manufacturer of the Year

CFH Docmail Ltd

Delphis Eco

Greenvale AP

Interface

Lexmark International

Mars Incorporated

Vaillant Group

 

Green PR Company of the Year

Barley Communications

Greenhouse PR

 

Fast Track Company of the Year

The Cheeky Panda

Jörd Energy

Longevity Partners

POD Point

 

Marketing/Advertising Campaign of the Year

Bunzl Catering Supplies

Hubbub Seasonal Food Waste Campaigns

Jörd Energy: New Business. New Name. New Website!

Lloyd's Register Technology Radar - Low Carbon

London National Park City campaign

 

Sustainability Report of the Year

4 All of us - NHS Sustainability Day Impact Report

Formula E Operations

HEINEKEN International's 2016 Reporting Suite

Willmott Dixon

 

Employee Engagement Campaign of the Year

Cultivate - Sustainable Growth at Melton Foods

Bacardi - No Straws Pledge

Hill+Knowlton Strategies and Do Nation

NHS Sustainability Day Campaign

RBS - Sustainable Workplaces

Sainsbury's Greenest Grocer

TATA consultancy services UK & Ireland - Eco Futers (SOS) Sort Observe Save

 

Consultancy of the Year

AECOM

Carbon Limiting Technologies

Eight Associates

Greenshoot

Rolton Group

Syzygy Renewables

 

Innovation of the Year

Delphis Eco - 100 per cent Post Consumer Waste Plastic Bottle

Gatwick Airport - Materials Recycling Facility

Limejump - Virtual Power Plant

OXTO Energy - Flywheel energy storage

Reactive Technologies - Tradenergy DSR and Integrated Energy Management

Simply Cups, Nextek and ashortwalk - NextCupCycle polymer

SPECIFIC Innovation & Knowledge Centre - Active Classroom

UK Power Networks - Kent Active System Management (KASM)

WBCSD - The Reporting Exchange

 

Green IT Project of the Year

Ecometrica - Ecometrica Platform

Good Energy - Selectricity

Greenshoot - Green-Screen Environmental Production

TATA "iON" Remote Digital Energy Monitoring (REM) program

UK Power Networks - Flexible Urban Networks - Low Voltage

UL EHS Sustainability's PURE Platform

 

Ecosystem Project of the Year

AECOM's Ecosystem Services Identification, Valuation and Integration (ESIVI): Appraisal of Flood, Coastal and Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) Schemes

The Crown Estate Ecology Masterplan

 

Green Infrastructure Project of the Year

BluepointLondon - Source London

Camborne Energy Storage Limited - Europe's first Grid-scale Tesla Powerpacks

John Graham Construction Ltd - Walthamstow Gyratory Improvement Works

New Green Company - 3R project

UK Power Networks - Domestic Energy Storage and Control (DESC)

 

Circular Economy Project of the Year

AECOM - The Major Infrastructure-Resources Optimisation Group

Centre for Process Innovation, PlasCarb Inc

City Harvest London

Delphis Eco - 100 per cent post consumer waste plastic bottle 

Just Clear UK

Multiplex Construction Europe - Verde SW1 project

Network Rail and bio-bean's Coffee Recycling Programme

Recofloor - Sustainable waste vinyl flooring recycling

Simply Cups, Nextek, and ashortwalk - Recyclable coffee cups

 

Energy Efficiency Project of the Year

Arup, The Crown Estate and Regent Street Management Direct - Intelligent Asset Management

Carbon Credentials - Collaborative Asset Performance Programme

Good Energy, Fintry Development Trust, Veitch Cooper, Energy Assets and Heriot Watt University - SMART Fintry Project

Net Zero Buildings - Schoolhaus at Redmoor Academy

Space Station - Self storage company energy-saving project

SunGift Energy and Heritage Homes - Exeter zero-carbon housing development

UK Power Networks - Energywise

 

Renewable Energy Project of the Year

Foresight Group - Shotwick Solar Farm

Jörd Energy - Geothermal Heating Scheme, 70 Juliet Street

SEaB Energy - Waste-to-energy technology for the NHS project

SmartestEnergy - Certified 100% renewable electricity supply

 

Green Transport Project of the Year

Addison Lee

Aeristech - eSupercharger

CNG Fuels Ltd

Colyer London - Zero Emission Electric Fleet

First Bus

Green Tomato Cars

Hyperdrive Innovation

UPS - Rolling Laboratory

 

Young Sustainability Executive of the Year

Alex Jakeman, UK Power Networks

Charlotte Davies, Lombard

Daniel Brown and Frank Gordon, REA

Ismini Dimitriadou, UK Power Networks

James Piper, Ecosurety

Mike Zimonyi, Climate Disclosure Standards Board

Thomas Bouriot, Tuffin Ferraby Taylor

 

Sustainability Executive of the Year

Joanna Gilroy, Bunzl Catering Supplies

Oliver Rosevear, Costa Coffee

Zeb Ahmed, Bouygues Energies and Services Contracting UK Limited

Rachael K T Bice, Cornwall Council

 

Entrepreneur of the Year

Arthur Kay, bio-bean

Asher Bennett, Tevva Motors Ltd.

Charlotte Taylor, Earthlings Forest School

Etienne Cadestin, Longevity Partners

Joe Warren, Powervault

Peter Goodwin, Simply Cups

Winston Reed, Greener for Life Energy

 

Small Business of the Year

ECOGYM

iWaste (Intelligent Waste Management Limited)

KAST Energy Solutions Ltd

Innasol Group

POD Point

Sustainable Acoustics Ltd

 

Leader of the Year

Brady George, Almeda Facilities Ltd

Dr Steven Fawkes, EnergyPro Ltd.

Steve Wilkinson, Addison Lee

Dr Susie Tomson, PCSG Ltd

 

Politician of the Year

To be announced on the night

 

Sustainability Team of the Year

Bacardi Limited - Good Spirited Team

Cornwall Council - Environmental Growth and Partnerships Team

Canary Wharf - Making Sustainability Real Team

Formula E Operations

Multiplex Construction Europe Sustainability Team

NHS Sustainability Day Campaign Team

RBS Sustainable Energy Forum

UK Power Networks - Innovation Team

 

Company of the Year

FIA Formula E Championship

Good Energy

HH Global

H&M Hennes & Mauritz

IKEA

Lendlease

Octopus Group

TATA Consultancy Services UK & Ireland

Willmott Dixon

 

Lifetime Achievement Award

To be announced on the night

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