From net zero hotel room to sustainable banknotes - EI Awards celebrate excellence
- Ten winners and all those shortlisted are ‘the best of 65 million’, says EI President Juliet Davenport
- Clean energy thought leader Michael Liebreich receives Honorary Fellowship of the EI
The 23rd Energy Institute (EI) Awards ceremony took place last night, celebrating the diverse range of talent from across the energy sector.
From sustainable banknote printing to a net zero hotel room, global excellence was on display as winners picked up awards for their innovative and diverse projects.
Eight organisations and two individuals went home with wins highlighting that the best and brightest minds in the industry are creating solutions to the challenges the sector is facing.
Hosted by journalist and broadcaster Steph McGovern, the EI’s panel of expert judges this year shortlisted more than forty nominations drawn from all corners of the world, from Europe to Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
Speaking during the ceremony, EI President Juliet Davenport OBE HonFEI said:
“There are big challenges facing our sector – the urgency of net zero to address climate change and the big implications of an energy transition, against the back drop of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the profound effect that’s had on the security of supply of energy and as a result the cost of living.
“Among the energy sector’s workforce of 65 million, we’re here to celebrate those – our nominees this evening - who are doing incredible things to push this sector forward and out of these turbulent times.
“The global energy transition will need to be centred around people, and in particular – highly skilled people, who will need the support of training and professional development to keep up with the pace we need to work at.”
Alongside the EI Awards, the evening also saw an Honorary Fellowship of the EI presented to clean energy thought leader Michael Liebreich.
The winners of the EI Awards 2022 are:
Access to Energy: Husk Power System
For their Nigeria Sunshot Project
Energy Management: CCL Secure and Verco
For their project on sustainable banknote printing
For their work on capturing, converting and utilising methane for power generation
Health and Safety: Saudi Aramco
For their comprehensive Contractor Health, Safety and Environmental oversight platform – SafeLife
Innovative Technology: Oxford PV
For supercharging solar with perovskite photovoltaics
Low Carbon: Lamington Group
For opening the first Whole Life Net Zero hotel room – room2 Chiswick
Public Engagement: UK Power Networks
For the work they did in engaging with people about the £16m substation upgrade across Leicester Square
Talent Development and Learning: TNB Integrated Learning Solution
For their Reskilling Malaysia Programme
Energy Leader: Omar Farouk Ibrahim
Secretary-General at African Petroleum Producers Organization
Young Energy Professional: Guilherme Castro
Solutions Consultant at Daitaku
Notes for editors
- The EI Awards is a competition run by the Energy Institute for those shaping the world's energy future. The awards celebrate the achievements of the energy industry across the globe, giving recognition to individuals and organisations who take an innovative and responsible approach to solving the industry's challenges of providing society with clean, sustainable, low cost and dependable energy.
- For more information and images of the winners, please contact Madison Monk on +44(0)20 7467 7173 or email@example.com
- The Energy Institute is the chartered professional membership body for people who work across the world of energy.
Our purpose is to create a better energy future for our members and society by accelerating a just global energy transition to net zero.
We do this by attracting, developing and equipping the diverse future energy workforce; informing energy decision-making through convening expertise and advice; and enabling industry and consumers to make energy lower carbon, safer and more efficient.