Ashden Awards 2014 shortlist is out….

Shortlists have been announced for the 2014 Ashden Awards, which uncover and champion the most exciting low-carbon enterprises and programmes in the UK and developing world. A total of 61 green energy organisations and programmes from 17 countries have been shortlisted across 4 categories of Awards, which are now in their 14th year.

UK Ashden Awards shortlist

Abundance NRG, Alquist, Acuflow Distribution (UK), Change Agents UK, Chop-Cloc, Decarbon, Demand Logic, The DoNation, TreeStation, Global Action Plan, Lime Technology, OVESCO, Pilio, Pure Leapfrog, T4 Sustainability, Ventive and Your Homes Newcastle.

International Ashden Award shortlist

African Clean Energy, All Power Labs, CV Kreasi Daya Mandiri, The Design Group, Ecosystems Research and Development Bureau, Enzen Global Solutions, Greenway Grameen Infra, Green Heat, Greenlight Planet, Infosys Ltd, Kéré Architecture, Mera Gao Micro Grid Power, Off.Grid:Electric Tanzania, Promethean Power Systems, Service Humanitaire de Développement, Proximity Designs, Rajasthan Horticulture Development Society, Signet EnerTech, Sakhi Unique Rural Enterprise, SimGas, Société Générale Haitienne de Transferts, Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise, Total Access to Solar (TATS), UPM Umwelt-Projekt-Management GmbH, and Visionary Empowerment Programme.

Eurostar Ashden Awards for Sustainable Travel shortlist

Bespoke Logistics Solutions, Cambio, Co-wheels Car Club, Ecotricity, iDBUS, Living Streets, Pignon sur Rue, Taxistop, Tisséo, Mountain Wilderness, Provincie Limburg and Stad Mechelen.

Ashden School Awards shortlist

Ashton Vale Primary School, The Churchill School, Edwalton Primary School, St Faiths, Sir George Monoux College, Queen Elizabeth II High School and Woodhouse College.

Finalists for each Award category will be announced in early April, with Awards to be presented at a ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 22 May. The ceremony will be hosted for the second year running by broadcaster and cultural commentator Emma Freud.

Ashden Award winners will receive a cash prize of between £5,000 and £40,000, a platform to promote their work and tailored support to grow even further.

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