Invitation to enter international energy competition

May 11th, 2015, Published in Articles: EE Publishers, Articles: Energize

 

The Energy Institute (EI)’s annual awards competition is now open and the EI is calling for entries from all sectors of the global energy industry. These awards, run by the EI for over 15 years, celebrate the best of the energy sector, highlighting the invaluable contribution that the industry makes to society.

Ian Marchant, the institute’s president, says that he was really impressed with the calibre of many of last year’s nominees and was struck by the obvious evidence of professionalism and achievement. Since so much is happening in the industry by many talented and committed people, he hopes to see many more entrants in 2015.

The purpose of the Energy Institute’s award competition is to celebrate the excellent projects and the individuals who are doing such important work to change behaviour and improve processes.

Anyone may enter the EI Awards under one of the following categories:

  • Communication
  • Community initiative
  • Energy champion
  • Energy excellence
  • Environment
  • Innovation
  • Safety
  • Technology
  • Young energy professional of the year

By entering the competition, participants have the opportunity to demonstrate their excellence among their peers. Being shortlisted and going on to win an EI award brings a significant amount of industry recognition and kudos, helping to raise the company’s profile and increase awareness of products and services offered.

Entry to the competition is free and submissions should be received by 29 June 2015. More information about the award categories, the judging process, tips on writing a successful entry and testimonials from previous entrants can be found at www.energyinst.org/ei-awards

Contact Katie Crabb, Energy Institute, kcrabb@energyinst.org

 

 

 

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