Community Energy Scotland included in Energy Institute’s 35 finalists for annual energy industry awards

Energy Institute logo2The Energy Institute  Awards’ judging panel – made up of 20 energy professionals representing a variety of sectors and specialisms – has shortlisted the following contenders for this year’s EI Awards competition.

The EI Awards promote excellence and innovation in energy and acknowledge the important contribution made to society by those working in the sector.

The awards will be presented by Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson DBE, former paralympic athlete, on 12 November in London. This year’s shortlisted entries are:


BP for BP Helios – illuminating the inspiring stories of over 100,000 energy specialists

Shell for Achieving Goal Zero with Safety day

Step Change in Safety for Tea Shack News

SSE for its War on Watts internal employee engagement and behavioural change campaign



Burgh of Poole for its Green Positive Environmental Action (PEA) scheme

Cenergist for the Hackney Homes Communal Heating project

Community Energy Scotland for is Community Energy Development programme in Malawi

FNS for Bootle2020 – using sustainable energy to breathe new life into Bootle for future generations



Mark Burrows CEnv CEng FEI Chartered Energy Manager, Energy Solutions Specialist, Siemens

Robert Diamond CEnv CEng FEI Chartered Energy Engineer, Sustainability Associate, Ingleton Wood

Kate Simpson, Assistant Carbon Management Consultant, Grontmij



Bouygues Energies and Services UK FM for Energy Interaction – Optimum Performance Toolkit

Keysource for ecofris – the highly efficient cooling solution

National Grid for its International Excellence project

National Grid for the T-pylon – a new radical design of high voltage electricity pylons for the UK

UK Power Networks for its Smarter Network Storage project



Aggreko for helping Sibanye Gold’s Beatrix Mine utilise clean energy

Anglian Water @one Alliance for its Sustainability in Design initiative

Walsh Ecuador and Petroamazonas for their Artificial Canopy Bridges mitigating fragmentation of arboreal habitat in petroleum fields in Ecuador



RJM International for its new Coal and Biomass-fired ultra-low NOx burner

SGS for its Advanced Wet Gas Metering System utilising cyclonic separation and 3-phase tracer flow technology

Victaulic for its Victaulic Vortex™ Hybrid Fire Suppression System



BG Group for Enabling better process safety performance through improved human factors

Critical Team Performance for the Introduction of Well Operations Crew Resource Management training and coaching

Karen McCombie for her Safety Representative Revival Project at Sodexo

National Grid Grain LNG for Always prepared – emergency incident management system

UK Petroleum Industry Association for its Safe Loading Pass Scheme



Airedale International Air Conditioning for its Energy-saving computer room air conditioning retrofit programme

Churchill Drilling Tools for its HyPR HoleSaver tool

Flow for its Flow boiler

Meta Downhole for Meta MorphPackers



Vera Karpushenko, Process Safety Engineer, KBR

Dr Marek Kubik GradEI, Customer Solutions & Commercial Projects Manager, AES

Rory O’Sullivan GradEI, Founder, Energy Process Developments

Prashant Thapar, MEI, Lead Power Engineer, Parsons Brinckerhoff

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