edie Environment & Energy Awards 2016: Meet the winners
Take a full read through each of the projects and initiatives that fended off tough competition to be crowned winners of edie's 2016 Environment & Energy (E&E) Awards.
The National Motorcycle Museum is Birmingham was at full capacity for this year’s E&E Awards, which took place on 16 May, recognising and celebrating excellence in on-site energy, water and resource management.
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Heineken UK, National Trust and The Crown Estate were among the big winners, with a total of 75 finalists – including multinational organisations, industry consultants and energy professionals – whittled down by our esteemed panel of E&E Awards judges to 13 seperate winners.
Below, you’ll find in-depth profiles of each of this year’s winners, detailing the people, products and initiatives that stood out from the crowd. Just click the
In each link, we’ve also pulled together exclusive comments from the esteemed judging panel, along with summaries of all of the finalists who have, in their own way, demonstrated a remarkable commitment to doing business better.
Meet the 2016 E&E Award-winners (click on each winner for a full profile)…
Collaboration and Engagement – Melton Foods
Consultancy of the Year – Cundall
Energy Efficiency: Data and Software – EDF Energy
Energy Efficiency: Product Innovation – Heat Genius
Energy Manager of the Year – Jude Hughes, NIBSC
Environment Product Innovation – Heineken UK
Environmental Initiative – Primark
Health & Safety Initiative – O’Donovan Waste Disposal
Onsite Energy Generation – National Trust
Onsite Waste & Resource Management – B&Q and Scott Pallets
Onsite Water Efficiency – Xeros
Sustainable Building of the Year – The Crown Estate
Congratulations to all of this year’s winners and finalists and thank you to all who made the 2016 E&E Awards such a great success.
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