Ashden Award

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The Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy are annual awards given by a charity of the same name that is based in London. They reward local sustainable energy projects in the UK and developing countries that protect the environment, and improve quality of life.

Sarah Butler-Sloss created the awards in 2001, from the Ashden Trust, one of the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts.

About the Ashden Awards

The Ashden Awards rewards and promotes local sustainable energy solutions in the UK and the developing world. Through the awards, they aim to raise awareness of the huge potential of local sustainable energy to both tackle climate change and improve the quality of people's lives.

To help their winners, the Ashden Awards gives cash prizes, presented at an Awards ceremony in London every June.

The UK Awards

In 2009, the Ashden Awards will be giving awards for the UK in the following categories:

  • Energy business
  • Local Authority
  • Charity

There are three first prizes of £30,000 each, and three second prizes of £15,000 each.

Energy Business Award

This award is for businesses which have made local renewable energy and energy efficiency products and services more accessible. The focus is on enterprises which have opened up new opportunities. The 2009 winners were Geothermal International and Architype.

Local Authority Award

This award is for Local Authorities which have undertaken effective initiatives and programmes to improve......
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