Leading lights of the UK: SPP & ESN Awards shortlist revealed

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Previously honouring achievements in solar, the awards night this year has been rebranded and Energy-Storage.news is proud to be a big part of it. Image: Solar Media.

Following a month-long judging process, our sister site Solar Power Portal can reveal the 67 entries that make up the shortlists for the 15 categories that make up this year’s awards.

For the first time this year’s Awards will give energy storage equal footing, with Solar Media's UK site Solar Power Portal sharing the stage with Energy-Storage.News.

Those lucky enough to win will, as ever, be crowned at our prestigious awards gala dinner ceremony, organised this year to take place at the Hilton Metropole NEC on the evening of Wednesday 17 October 2018.

Our guest host for the evening is UK TV personality and design expert George Clarke.

Tickets and tables are now available to be purchased here, or by emailing Sue Bradshaw

For more information on the awards, including our independent judging panel, ticket pricing and how to purchase, please visit our dedicated micro-site.  

Storage applicable for five categories in 2018

The shortlists for energy storage categories are as follows, please visit the awards micro-site for more details on potential winners in the remaining solar categories:

Residential Storage Project of the Year

Connect & Manage – WPD
Project ERIC – Moixa
National Energy Action/North Devon Homes – SunGift Energy
Grainbank – Solo Energy

 

C&I Storage Project of the Year

Lyreco – EvoEnergy
IMP’s Electricity Cost Neutral Building – IMP
Shell UK Low Carbon Petro Stations – Emtec Energy
Plessey 2MW Behind the Meter Battery – Kiwi Power, Amber Infrastructure

 

Utility-scale Storage Project of the Year

Glassenbury Battery Park – Low Carbon
Pilsworth Landfill Liquid Air Energy Storage Plant – Highview Power
Pelham Battery Storage – SMA

 

International Storage Project of the Year

Areza Maidma Hybrid Mini Grid – Solarcentury
Wuxi Singapore Industrial Park Smart Distribution Grid – Narada
St. Eustatius Hybrid System – SMA
Arizona Public Service – Fluence
Emergency Energy Storage Units for Kera Charity, Sri Lanka – Stortera

 

Storage Business Model Innovation of the Year

The Olde House, Local Energy Marketplace Cornwall – redT, Centrica
Limejump Virtual Power Plant – Limejump
Anesco’s Storage Revenue Modelling – Anesco
Flexitricity+ – Flexitricity

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