Shining a light on Energy Industry Stars
With the energy sector transforming to a future system that will be unrecognisable from today’s, Energy UK is recognising the efforts of individual energy companies who are not just embracing change, but leading it.
In celebration of achievements within the sector, this year our Members’ Annual Lunch will feature - for the first time - the presentation of three awards, judged by the Energy UK Young Energy Professionals (YEP) Forum steering committee.
The awards recognise outstanding contributions made by individual companies to the economy, the environment and to customers.
Our congratulations go to those organisations shortlisted below. The winners will be announced on 4 December 2019 at Energy UK’s Annual Lunch and will also be published on our website.
Contribution to the Environment
- Good Energy
- Ovo Energy
- National Grid ESO
Contribution to the Economy
- EDF Energy
- National Grid
- Passiv Systems
Contribution to Customers
- Bristol Energy
- Octopus Energy
- Social Energy
Notes to Editors
- Energy UK is the trade association for the GB energy industry with a membership of over 100 suppliers, generators, and stakeholders with a business interest in the production and supply of electricity and gas for domestic and business consumers. Our membership covers over 90% of both UK power generation and the energy supply market for UK homes. We represent the diverse nature of the UK’s energy industry – from established FTSE 100 companies right through to new, growing suppliers and generators, which now make up over half of our membership.
- Young Energy Professionals (YEP) Forum is a network to promote the next generation of energy industry professionals, providing opportunities to collaborate, develop and recognise successes. It is completely free to become a member of the Forum, click here, enter your details and become a member today.
- In 2018, the energy sector generated £85.6bn in economic activity. It employs 144,000 people directly, with a further 620,000 employed indirectly through supply chains. Since 1990, the power sector has lowered CO2 emissions by 68%, representing 60% of the overall economy-wide reduction in CO2 emissions.