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Most Exciting Energy Innovation Projects In 2016

Date: 29 March 2016

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report provides investors, energy services firms and power utilities with an analysis of highly successful corporate and utility energy innovation projects completed between 2013 and 2016. The report focuses on the six winners of the Verdantix 2016 Energy Innovation Awards, who were able to demonstrate positive operational and financial results from pilot projects through to global roll-outs. This comprises projects led by Barclays (with ISS and Tsebo), Sainsbury’s (with Ameresco), Poole Housing Partnership (with Minus7), Broadgate Estates, EDF Energy and OVO Community Energy. These energy innovation projects show that new operating models are emerging for energy supply in the UK, and corporates are starting to take advantage of maturing energy generation technologies.

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Most Exciting Energy Innovation Projects In 2016

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Advantage Southwest, Ameresco, Barclays, British Land, Broadgate Estates, Cheshire East County Council, Climaveneta, Danfoss Electronic Controllers & Services, EDF Energy, Geoscart, ISS, M&S, Minus7, Ofgem, OVO Energy, Peterborough City Council, Poole Housing Partnership, REMA 1000, Sainsbury’s, Smart Buildings, Southend-on-Sea Borough Council, Tesco, Tsebo