British Renewable Energy Awards finalists revealed

The REA has released the full list of finalists for the 2022 British Renewable Energy Awards, the UK’s most prestigious event in the renewable energy calendar.

Key points:

  • REA releases full list of finalists for the British Renewable Energy Awards;
  • Over 100 finalists announced over 16 categories;
  • The Awards will take place in Birmingham, the first time they’ve been taken outside London in their 18 year history.

This year’s event, sponsored by Drax, will take place on Thursday 9th June in Birmingham at the Botanical Gardens, and will see Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner taken outside of London for the first time.

The Awards consist of 16 categories, ranging from Installer of the Year through to best Young RE Professional – over 100 organisations and individuals have been put forward as finalists.

The awards are now into their 18th year, and celebrate the next ‘Game Changers’, recognising the brilliant work of those organisations and individuals pushing for system change as we push for Net Zero by 2050.

Dr Nina Skorupska CBE, Chief Executive of the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA), said: “I am absolutely delighted to reveal such an incredible list of finalists for this year’s British Renewable Energy Awards.

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

“They are the ‘Game Changers’ who are leading the way on the path to Net Zero.

“I am also really excited to be taking our Awards out of London for the first time, and I can’t wait to welcome people to Birmingham – please do join us.”

You can book your place at the British Renewable Energy Awards in Birmingham here:

The full list of finalists is as follows:

Accelerating to Net Zero
Environmental Compliance Solutions Ltd
Energy Systems Catapult
COP26 UK Team
National Grid ESO Pathfinder
Zap-MapNorthern Gas Networks
Privilege Finance
Forster Communications
Greenhouse PR
Carbon Brief
Tin Man
The Heating Hub
Fully Charged Live and Show
Ripple Energy
The Mid Counties Co-operative (Your Co-op Energy)
Consortium including Innovate UK’s Project SCENe and University of Nottingham
AMP Clean EnergySGN Commercial Services
GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy
Octopus Energy
Dynamic Energy Solutions LTD
Osprey Charging Network
Eco Verde Energy (EVE)
Privilege Finance
ITM Power plc
Customer Service Recognition
Nottingham City Council – Energy Services
Octopus Energy
AMP Clean Energy
Good Energy
Financial Leadership
Future Biogas
Daryl Murphy
Green Investment Group
Thrive Renewables
Nat West
Glenmont Partners from Nuveen
AFC energy
NGN – Hydrogen homes
Next Day Solar Limited
South West Electrics
HD Services Ltd
Mere End Consultants Ltd
Barri Davies Electrical Ltd
AOS Energy Efficient Heating Systems Limited
Keenan Recycling
GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy
Neste/ Rolls Royse/ Airbus
National Grid ESO
ITM Power
Low Carbon Transport
GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy
CNG Fuels/Foresight
Osprey Charging Network
British Airways/Phillips 66
ITM Power plc
Marston’s PLC
Northern Gas Networks
Talbott’s Biomass Energy Systems Ltd
Preserving natural capital
Natural World Products
The Greener Gardening Company
Forth Resource Management
The Greener Gardening Company
Keenan Recycling
Dalefoot Composts
Levenseat Limited
AMP Energy & Jolly Tom Farms
Eden Geothermal
Geothermal Engineering Ltd
GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy
Osprey Charging Network
Smart Energy System
Sero Homes – James Williams
Ilke Homes
Syzygy Consulting/Nuveen was the client
UK Power Networks
Entrust Smart Home Microgrid Ltd
AMP Clean Energy
Biomass Energy Renewables LLP
Wilson Bio-Chemical Ltd
Young RE Professional
Emma James / Limejump
Lydia Macdonell / Osprey Charging
Liam Hughes / Eco Verde
Tyler Warman / Eco Verde
Georgina McGivern / The Camden Clean Air Initiative

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:

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