2014

Winners of 2014 Wales Green Energy Awards

ENGAGING IN THE COMMUNITY
Renew Wales

CONTRIBUTION TO SKILLS & TRAINING
Mabey Bridge, Chepstow

SUPPLY CHAIN DEVELOPMENT
Tidal Energy Ltd, Cardiff and Pembroke Dock

BEST USE OF RENEWABLE ENERGY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
Partnerships for Renewables Oakdale Business Park Wind Energy Project, Caerphilly County Borough

OUTSTANDING ADVOCATE
Dan McCallum, Awel Aman Tawe, Neath Port Talbot

RENEWABLE ENERGY START-UP
Egni

POLITICAL AWARD
Alun Davies AM

OUTSTANDING RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT
The National Trust (Wales) Marine Source Heat Pump in Plas Newydd Country House & Gardens

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