The Humber Renewables Awards are back to honour champions
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By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 9 May 2018
THE stage is set for one of the most important dates in the region’s green power calendar.
The Humber Renewables Awards are back for a seventh year, as businesses large and small prepare to go head-to-head across nine different categories.
The Awards night will be held at the Hallmark Hotel in North Ferriby on Friday, May 11.
Barry Denness, head of port operations at Siemens Gamesa, sponsor of the awards, said: “Our headline sponsorship of the Humber Renewables Awards is part of our commitment to develop the Humber region as a world class hub for renewable energy.”
Awards up for grabs include Renewables Education, recognising leading providers of training for the sector, Green Innovation and Women in Manufacturing and Engineering.
There will also be an award for the Humber Renewables Champion.
Businesses vying for honours at this year’s awards include McAustland & Turner Ltd, HOTA, the University of Hull, MyEnergi and Spencer Group.
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