Limejump Celebrates Success at Renewable Energy Association Awards
Limejump’s Virtual Power Platform enjoyed success at the annual Renewable Energy Association’s prestigious awards, celebrated at the Intercontinental Hotel Park Lane in London last night (12 June 2019).
Amongst the prestigious category nominees, including Centrica, Pivot Power and ITM, the award celebrated the best in Energy Storage Innovation.
This award recognised technology and development and was given to a live project (delivered or in progress) whether centralised, distributed or mobile and at any size.
This recognition continues a month of award ceremonies in the UK Energy industry, in which Limejump has been highlighted for a number of achievements in 2018/19.
The other award winners were:
Communications Agency Award – For the communications agency that has done most to enhance awareness or championed positive change for renewables in key opinion formers, parliament, government or the public in the past year.
• Winner: PLMR
Community Award – For a community group that has been active in developing a renewable energy project or programme of installations in their area.
• Winner: South East London Community Energy
Company Award – For the company that’s done the most in the past year to advance UK renewables.
• Winner: Octopus Energy
Customer Service Recognition Award – For an energy supplier (including those supplying via a PPA) delivering customer service excellence or innovation whilst adding value to their customers.
• Winner: AMP Clean Energy
Energy Storage Award – Given to a live project (delivered or in progress) whether centralised, distributed or mobile and at any size.
• Highly Commended: ITM Power
• Winner: Limejump
Financial Leadership Award – For a financial product that has accelerated the deployment of renewables in the UK.
• Highly Commended : Elgar Middleton
• Winner: Thrive Renewables
Innovation Award – For an innovative renewable energy device or application that has achieved a major milestone.
• Highly Commended: Solecco Solar
• Winner: Renewables Exchange
Installer Award – For a company that has excelled in the installation of small-scale energy generation systems in homes; offering a high quality experience for consumers wishing to buy or lease.
• Winner: Mole Energy Ltd
Leadership Award – For an organisation that is mainstreaming renewable energy through the scale of its investment or its commitment to securing its energy needs from renewables.
• Winner: Drax
Low Carbon Transport – Recognising quality, commitment and innovation in low carbon vehicles – cars, vans, buses, road freight or on farm vehicles, powered by clean electricity or sustainable biofuels – and alternative vehicle fuels.
• Winner: Warrens Group
Pioneer Award – For an organisation in a sector not previously associated with renewables that has now become involved and created a pathway that others can follow.
• Winner: Fully Charged Live
Project Award – For a company that has developed an outstanding building-integrated, on-site or stand-alone project.
• Highly Commended: Future Biogas
• Winner: Orsted
Smart Energy System Award – awarded for a system that supports the roll-out, or take-up, of renewable energy and energy storage whilst enhancing value and usefulness.
• Winner: Centrica
Sustainability Award – For an organisation using organics recycling to rethink their resource use or achieve zero waste.
• Highly Commended: ChicP
• Winner: Toast Ale
Young RE Professional Award – For an individual within the first 5 years of their career in renewable energy, who has already achieved success/impact and who has shown potential as a future leader in the industry.
• Highly Commended: Dora Coventry – Engenie Limited
• Winner: Luca Grella – UK Power Networks
• National Grid ESO
Judges’ Award 2018
• Winner: Committee on Climate Change Secretariat Team
If you would like further information about the winners, or the winner’s projects, please email us.
About the Renewable Energy Association (REA)
The Renewable Energy Association represents renewable energy producers and promotes the use of all forms of renewable energy in the UK across power, heat, transport and recycling. It is the largest renewable energy and clean technology (including energy storage and electric vehicles) trade association in the UK, with around 550 members, ranging from major multinationals to sole traders.
For more information, visit: http://www.r-e-a.net