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The Decentralised Energy Awards 2018 shortlist announced

7 August 2018

The eagerly awaited shortlist for the Decentralised Energy Awards 2018 has been announced.

The Decentralised Energy Awards 2018 shortlist announced | ADE ade-news

Designed to recognise and celebrate decentralised energy achievements of the present and innovations of the future, we welcomed nominations from those involved in CHP, heat networks, energy efficiency, demand response and integrated energy.

The winner of each Award category will be announced at a fabulous black-tie dinner, kindly sponsored by Edina, to be held at the Guildhall on October 24.



If you haven’t already, you can book your tickets here.

There are eight Award categories this year and the shortlisted entries are: 

Industrial ​       

  • Base Power: Plastic Omnium Automotive, Measham, Derbyshire
  • Clake Energy: OK Plast, Nigeria
  • Edina & Granville EcoPark: Granville EcoPark, Northern Ireland
  • Edina & Thames Water/eight2O: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works, London
  • Veolia: Quorn Foods, Stokesley
  • Veolia: Cranswick Foods CHP


  • Centrica Business Solutions: Alton Towers
  • Edina & Thames Water/eight2O: Mogden Sewage Treatment Works, London
  • Edina & Flexitricity:  Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • EON: Citigen

Cities and Communities 

  • Centrica: Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Edina & Flexitricity: Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
  • EON: Bath Riverside
  • EON: Blackburn Meadows
  • GLA & Capita: RE:NEW London
  • Veolia: University of East Anglia
  • Vital Energi: NHS Tayside Energy Project


  • EON: Renaissance, Elmira Street, Lewisham
  • NEA: Technical Innovation Fund, England & Wales
  • Element Energy Limited: ene.field
  • Switch2: Engaging, interacting and reducing fuel poverty across Wolverhampton community heating schemes 


Kindly sponsored by Centrica Business Solutions. 


  • Edina: Bausch + Lomb, Waterford City, Ireland
  • GridBeyond: The world’s first hybrid battery and demand network
  • KiWi Power: KiWi Power Fruit – Demand Side Response Edge metering and monitoring device
  • Nottingham Uni: Project SCENIC (Smart Controlled Energy Networks Integrated in Communities)
  • Open Energi: South Mimms
  • Ramboll + CPV: The Merton Hotel, Jersey
  • Scene Connect: Iona Heat Network
  • Switch2: Switch2 Optimise: Quality portfolio management
  • Vital Energi: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Energy-link Project

Research & Consultancy

  • Fairheat: Acceptance testing for heat networks
  • Lux Nova: Enfield, London   
  • University of Reading: Distributional Effects of Dynamic Pricing for Responsive Electricity Demand (DEePRED)

Young Professional 

  • Andrew Whitworth, Veolia CHP
  • Deian Ashworth, Centrica
  • Emma Ashcroft, Carbon Trust
  • Michael Graham, Arup
  • Ricardo Capasso, Edina
  • Saskia Barker, Flexitricity
  • Sebastian Blake, Open Energi
  • Steven Sepp, Viridor


  • Energy Services Team, Islington Council
  • Fiona McDonald, Switch2
  • Francisco Carranza,  Nissan Energy
  • Tom Vosper, Capita Property & Infrastructure
  • Tony Fenton, Edina


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