The European Energy Service Awards, which have been running for ten years, honour innovative energy services in Europe. Irish companies can enter the Best Energy Service Promoter, Best Energy Service Provider and Best Energy Service Project categories by March 15, 2017
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Dublin’s energy agency Codema is calling on leading energy service providers in Ireland to enter the European Energy Service Awards. The awards, now in their tenth year, recognise companies that provide, promote and implement high quality energy projects across Europe.

Irish companies can apply in three categories; Best Energy Service Promoter which distinguishes active market facilitators that successfully contribute to the wider use of energy services in Europe, Best Energy Service Provider which recognises Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) that develop and introduce new products to improve the market, and up to three outstanding projects will be awarded in the Best Energy Service Project category. This final category focuses on environmentally friendly, innovative and custom-built projects.

Irish companies have until the March 15, 2017 to enter and the application form can be downloaded from www.guarantee-project.eu.

A jury of international experts will select the award winners, and these winners will be announced at a prestigious ceremony in Berlin on May 31, 2017.

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Dublin’s energy agency Codema is calling on leading energy service providers in Ireland to enter the European Energy Service Awards. The awards, now in their tenth year, recognise companies that provide, promote and implement high quality energy projects across Europe. Irish companies can apply in three categories; Best Energy Service...