Categories

 

There are 20 categories for innovation, projects and disciplines, 7 categories for individuals or teams, including the special
John Chesshire Award, and 1 category for overall achievement in micro-generation:

 

Innovation in Micro-Generation Catrgories

Solar
Wind
Water (land or marine) Ground Source
Air source
Biomass
Hydrogen

 

Micro-Generation Project Categories

Community
Industry
Commerce
Agriculture
Education
Health
Transport

 

Discipline Categories

Design for micro-generation
Planning for micro-generation
Training for micro-generation
Manufacturing for micro-generation
Installation for micro-generation
Maintenance for micro-generation
Finance & funding for micro-generation

 

In addition to the “pay-to-enter” categories, shown above, there are 7 awards for individuals or teams that are free to enter through self or third party nomination, which may or may not be awarded each year, depending on circumstances:

People in Micro-Generation Categories (individuals or teams)

Rising Star
Apprenticeships
Sales and customer service
Inventiveness
Energy
Environment
Fuel Poverty (the John Chesshire Award)

 

Finally, the top accolade, which cannot be entered and is decided by the judges:

Overall Micro-Generation Champion

 

 

Time is always precious and sometimes writing an entry submission is one of those jobs put off until the last moment. For a helping hand to write your awards entries contact:

www.boost-awards.co.uk  (UK & Europe)

Please note that Boost Awards is a completely independent company that specialises in preparing Awards’ submissions. It was the first and is the largest specialist in preparing awards entries. There is no financial relationship between the Micro-Generation Awards and Boost Awards. The advice you receive from Boost is confidential.