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ADE Awards 2022 shortlist announced: Celebrating the best in decentralised energy

31 March 2022

The Association for Decentralised Energy (ADE) has today announced the shortlist of entries for its Decentralised Energy Awards 2022. 

The industry-leading awards show celebrates the people and projects that have developed the most innovative decentralised energy solutions designed around the needs of the user.  

This year’s black-tie awards gala, sponsored by Clarke Energy and Insta Group, will take place at the Hurlingham Club, London, on Wednesday 15 June.  

The award’s ceremony is an opportunity for industry to come together to celebrate the achievements made that have enabled communities and businesses to thrive.  

Each year, the standard of applications increases, and the judges are increasingly impressed by the quality and diversity of projects that are presented to them.  

We are proud to be sponsored by Clarke Energy and Insta Group, as well as our individual award sponsors, whose clear vision of the future energy system will make the decarbonisation ambitions of the UK a reality.

Tickets and tables can be booked here.

The shortlisted entries for the ADE Awards 2022:

Heat and Efficiency: Operational 

BasePower: Hams Hall Sustainable Energy  

E.ON: Lewisham City Quarter District Heating Network  

Fairheat: Equipment Works  

Pinnacle Power: Clapham Park 

Switch2 Energy: Greenwich Millennium Village Heat Network 

Switch2 Energy: Energetik Schemes, Enfield 

Vital Energi, Leeds City Council & Ener-Vate: Leeds PIPES Energy from Waste District Heating Project 

Heat and Efficiency Digital Innovation 

Chirpy Heat:  Heat Manager from Chirpy Heat 

Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE): THERMOS 

Guru Systems & Fairheat: Guru Verify 

Switch2 Energy: Greenford Quay Heat Network 

Sycous: Mabdeck 

The Kensa Group: Welcome to Green Street 

Vital Energi in partnership with Danfoss: Oakshott Court 

Heat and Efficiency Design Innovation 

Arup : Leeds City Council Clustering for Warmth

Calibrate Energy; West Ancroft Ground Source Heat Pump 

E.ON Energy Solutions: The Electrification of Heat Demonstration Project: Newcastle City Council 

Salix Finance: Bedford College low carbon upgrades 

Vital Energi: Southwark Heat Pumps

Power and Flexibility 

Amp X: ALICE - Agent for Lifestyle-Based Intelligent Control of Energy 

Evergreen Smart Power: Project Dino - Domestic Infrastructure and Network Optimisation 

Kaluza: Kaluza’s vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology 

Limejump: Minety - Europe's largest operational battery 

Nodes AS: Intraflex 

Octopus Energy & Kraken Flex: Intelligent Octopus 

Open Energi: Dynamic Demand 2.0, Zenobē 

Robert Bosch UK & Ceres Power: The stationary fuel cell system 

Sycous: Orbit

Integrated Energy 

Clarke Energy: Fenland Greenhouse 

E.ON & Ramboll: Citigen Decarbonisation Project 

SSE Heat Networks:  Harris Academy Battersea  

Vital Energi: Swansea Bay University Health Board RE:FIT Projects 

Vital Energi: Northwick Park Hospital

Rising Star 

Andy Kirwan, Ener-vate 

Ashley Wai, Vattenfall Heat UK 

Charlotte Owen, Royal Danish Embassy  

Chloe Jarman, Siemens 

Drew Walker, Ener-vate 

Elliot Smith, Peterborough City Council 

Josh Davis, Chirpy Heat

Champion 

Alistair Moore, Fresh Heat Networks 

Gareth Jones, FairHeat 

Karl Drage, The Kensa Group 

Lars Fabricius, SAV Systems 

Rasmus Traberg, Royal Danish Embassy 

Soulla Paphitis, Danfoss 

Toby Heysham, Pinnacle Power 

Victoria Keen, Watkins Energy

A Special Award for Contribution to Net Zero will also be presented on the night, celebrating projects that help the energy system – and energy users – as we strive towards net zero. 

Join us at the Hurlingham Club on Wednesday 15 June for an evening of celebration – book your place here.

For further information please contact: 

Jonny Bairstow 

Head of External Affairs 

Association for Decentralised Energy 

Tel: +44 (0) 7305 049584 

jonny.bair[email protected] 

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