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Energy Storage Awards 2023: Who’s on the official shortlist?

By Solar Media Staff

The inaugural Energy Storage Awards are rapidly approaching, and the shortlist of frontrunners has been picked out by our panel of esteemed judges.

The Energy Storage Awards 2023 are an opportunity to celebrate and take stock of the hard work, innovations, breakthroughs and achievements of the European industry. The ceremony will take place in London, UK, on 28 September 2023 at the prestigious Park Plaza London Riverbank.

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As we see storage becoming a vital piece of the energy system toolkit all around the world, it’s the perfect way to showcase the shining examples of what a maturing market can achieve.

We launched the Awards at this year’s Energy Storage Summit EU back in February. We introduced to your our hand-picked judging panel a few weeks ago, which you can read about here, but now is the time for the exciting announcement of the nominations shortlisted from the many great submissions received.

Please see the shortlist for all 12 Energy Storage Awards categories below:

Developer of the Year (sponsored by SMA)

  • Kyon Energy
  • Electric Land
  • Conrad Energy
  • Harmony Energy
  • ILI Group
  • Zenobe 
  • SemperPower

System Integrator of the Year (sponsored by SMA)

  • TrinaStorage
  • Edina
  • Fluence

Trading and Optimisation Team of the Year

  • Anesco
  • Flexitricity
  • Habitat Energy
  • Entrix
  • Statkraft
  • EDF UK
  • Enspired Trading
  • Conrad Energy
  • GridBeyond

Breakthrough R&D/Innovation of the Year (sponsored by Conrad Energy)

  • Connected Energy
  • EcoFlow
  • Enzinc
  • AMTE Power
  • Radix
  • Energy Vault
  • Accure
  • Aqua Battery
  • Zenobe
  • SLB New Energy (Schlumberger)
  • Easypower SA

Newcomer/Startup of the Year (sponsored by Redefining Energy)

  • Eku Energy
  • Aqua Battery
  • Atlantic Green
  • Cellect Energy
  • Hy Stor Energy
  • Enzinc
  • Entrix
  • Eternalplanet
  • RheEnergise
  • Pexapark
  • Kraftblock GmBH

Grid-scale Standalone Energy Storage Project of the Year (sponsored by Easypower)

  • Capenhurst 100 MW battery
  • Pillswood battery energy storage system
  • Feeder Road
  • Richborough Energy Park
  • Project Kairos
  • Blackhillock
  • Castor and Pollux
  • Winchester Energy Storage Facility
  • Energy Storage System in Cieszanowice, Nysa County
  • Ferrybridge BESS Project
  • The Burwell Project, Cambrigeshire

Grid Operator-led Project of the Year

  • Energy Storage System in Cieszanowice, Nysa County 
  • TransnetBW GmbH Gridbooster project
  • ELES Sincro.Grid project
  • ELES Multifunctional grid scale battery storage project in Ljubljana

Grid-scale Co-located or Hybrid Project of the Year (sponsored by Ethical Power Connections)

  • Larks Green Project
  • Holme Bioenergy
  • Brenmiller’s Thermal Energy Storage System
  • EasyPower’s Hybrid EV Charging Station

Distributed Energy Storage Project of the Year

  • Elisa Distributed Energy Storage
  • Sara Kulthurhus
  • Lunar Energy-UKPN Worthing Flex Project

Product of the Year

  • EVE Energy’s LF560K
  • Fluence Ultrastack 
  • Flexitricity Automated System for Trading (FAST) 
  • Invinity’s VS3 Vanadium Flow Battery 
  • Kraftblock’s Net-Zero Heat System 
  •  Li-Ion Tamer GEN 3 Lithium-Ion Battery Off-Gas Detection System 
  • SMA Large Scale Grid Forming Solution 
  •  Accure: Using battery analytics for more competitive BESS insurance rates 
  •  Wärtsilä’s GridSolv Quantum 
  • Point by GridBeyond 
  • Solis Single Phase Hybrid Energy Storage Inverter 
  • The Brenmiller bGenTM Thermal Energy Storage System 
  • The GivEnergy All in One 
  • TWAICE Battery Analytics Software for Energy Storage 
  • TrinaStorage Elementa

Outstanding Contribution to Energy Storage (sponsored by Conrad Energy)

  • Neil Weaver
  • Matthew Lumsden
  • Lars Stephan
  • Alex O’Cinneide
  • Stephan Rohr and Dr. Michael Baumann
  • Max Stirling
  • Apurva Somani
  • Barbara Adamska

Book your table now and learn more at the event website here.

We’d like to thank everyone who entered the Energy Storage Awards 2023. Whether you were picked for the shortlist or not, your hard work and involvement in this fantastic industry is highly appreciated. Our judges had a difficult time choosing!

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