The results of the Energy Awards 2016 were revealed on 30th November at the esteemed Hilton Park Lane, London where the energy industry elite came together for a night of recognition and celebration of the sector’s achievements.
BGES has won in the ‘Energy Data Collection and Analysis’ category and was praised by the RAC’s expert judging panel.
With 19 targeted categories, the awards cover every aspect of the energy industry, from Smart Product of the Year to Innovation of the Year.
The Energy Awards are the most admired and relevant awards in the energy industry. The awards provide industry recognition and unrivalled networking opportunities.
Andrew Gaved, editor of RAC said, “These awards are really important to us, given that energy is such a vital part of business and domestic life. Everyone has to engage with energy in one way or another - it has an impact on the bottom line; it has an impact on our comfort and the carbon it uses has an impact on the planet. The winners that we celebrate here are in the front line of managing energy, reducing energy consumption and promoting best practice for their employees and customers and they have shown a great deal of innovation in the process.”
Gareth Barber, Managing Director of BGES said, “We are thrilled to win such a prestigious award for our unique monitoring and targeting solution. BGES is blazing a trail in this area and we are proud that the operational and cost benefits of the technology have been recognised.”
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