Ecoliving, the micro-renewable energy installer, was among the winners at the Micropower Council Awards which were announced last night (10 October) at a special black-tie gala dinner.
Online PR News – 18-October-2012 – Warwickshire – Ecoliving, the micro-renewable energy installer, was among the winners at the Micropower Council Awards which were announced last night (10 October) at a special black-tie gala dinner.
The ceremony took place at nextgen at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire with the awards designed to highlight the achievements of the microgeneration industry over the past year.
Ecoliving won the ‘Installer of the Year’ award. For this award the judges were looking for an installer organisation that could demonstrate commercial success and a positive impact on the sector as well as a clear and compelling vision for paving the way to mass market microgeneration.
Ecoliving founder and director, Mark Henderson commented, "we are delighted to receive this recognition of the hard work by everyone across the Ecoliving network in accelerating the adoption of microgeneration in the UK since 2004 and our vision for the future of microgeneration delivery."
Some of the winners in other categories were Howard Johns of Southern Solar, Mitsubishi Electric, Daikin, Windhager, British Gas, National Energy Action and Alan Whitehead MP who received the ‘Political Leadership Award’.
"The calibre of all of the finalists and winners serves to remind us about the level of excellence delivered by individuals, businesses and local authorities working in the UK and reminds us that innovation continues to be a key driver in the microgeneration industry," said Dave Sowden, Chief Executive of the Micropower Council.