Green Business Awards – Winners Announced

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Over 550 top green business leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, and campaigners gathered in central London for the second annual UK Green Business Awards.

Consultancy of the Year

 

Bioregional

Highly Commended:
Carbon Limiting Technologies
 Greengage

Hospitality Firm
of the Year

 

Compass Group UK & Ireland

Highly Commended:
room2
The Wellbeing Farm

Manufacturer
of the Year

 

Interface

Highly Commended:
GWE

Communications Agency of the Year

 

Forster Communications

Highly Commended:
Greenhouse Communications
Seahorse Environmental

Retailer of the Year

 

Screwfix

Highly Commended:
Selfridges

ESG Investor of the Year

 

Sustainable Development Capital LLP

Highly Commended:
Thrive Renewables

Early-stage Investor
of the Year

 

Sustainable Ventures

Highly Commended:
Cambridge Future Tech

Low Carbon Industrial Project of the Year

 

EkkoSense and Virgin Media O2 – Data centre cooling project

Highly Commended:
Secal TKS Ltd – Thermal Kinetic Technology

Renewable Energy Project of the Year

 

Kensa Contracting – Thurrock Council renewable retrofit project

Highly Commended:
Anglian Water – Triple Carbon Reduction Project
Atrato Onsite Energy Plc – Britvic solar project

Green Heat Project
of the Year

 

Vattenfall Heat UK and Bristol City Leap – Bristol Heat Network project

Highly Commended:
Clock House Farm – River source heat pump project
Cenergist – Clustering for Warmth project Fast-track

Company of the Year

 

InstaVolt

Highly Commended:
Enviromena

Marketing/Advertising Campaign of the Year

 

BBC Studios and Minecraft Education – Frozen Planet II Minecraft Worlds

Highly Commended:
EssenceMediacom UK – Ebay Pre-Loved Island Behaviour

Change Campaign
of the Year

 

Octopus Energy – Power-ups and Saving Sessions

Highly Commended:
Cambridge Water – ‘Can for the Cam’ water efficiency campaign

Transport Project
of the Year

 

Go-Ahead Group – ‘Forming an all-electric bus city in Oxford’

Highly Commended:
Sunswap – Zero direct emission transport refrigeration units

Green Building Project
of the Year

 

Willmott Dixon – Gascoigne Estate Regeneration

Highly Commended:
Octopus Energy – Zero Bills Living project
Whitbread – ‘All-electric’ Premier Inn, Swindon

Recycling Project
of the Year

 

Material Focus – Recycle Your Electricals campaign

Highly Commended:
Chiesi Ltd – Take AIR Inhaler Recycling
The Flexible Plastic Fund – FlexCollect project

Circular Economy Project of the Year

 

Decathlon – Revolutionising Retail

Highly Commended:
Screwfix – Refurb by Screwfix
Silverlake Automotive Recycling

Nature-based Project
of the Year

 

Aviva, WWF, and the RSPB – The Save Our Wild Isles Community Fund

Highly Commended:
Network Rail and The Tree Council – A partnership for people, nature, and the planet
Ocean City Nature: Unlocking investment in biodiversity and urban green spaces
WWF-UK, the RSPB, and the National Trust – Save Our Wild Isles Business Films

Innovation of the Year

 

GHGSat – High-resolution carbon dioxide monitoring satellite

Highly Commended:
UNDO – Putting Carbon Back in Its Place

Net Zero Strategy
of the Year

 

Whitbread – Force for Good

Highly Commended:
Lloyds Banking Group – Group Environmental Sustainability Strategy

Rising Star of the Year

 

Amna Bezanty – KEW Technology

Highly Commended:
Rudi Small – Eden Sustainable Ltd

Sustainability Leader
of the Year

 

Kate Hofman – GrowUp Farms

Highly Commended:
Robin Millington – Planet Tracker
Steve Baker – Eden

Sustainable Leader
of the Year

 

Beverley Gower-Jones – Clean Growth Fund & Carbon Limiting Technologies

Highly Commended:
Jonathan Maxwell – Sustainable Development Capital LLP

Politician of the Year

 

Sadiq Khan

 

Small Business
of the Year

GrowUp Farms

Highly Commended:
Stroud Brewery

Company
of the Year

Mitie Group

Highly Commended:
Octopus Energy
Whitbread

Lifetime Achievement Award

 

Juliet Davenport

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