Judges confirmed for Network Awards
The judges have been announced for the 2019 Network Awards.
20th September 2018 by Networks
The panel is made up of 10 leading gas, electricity and heat network specialists, who are expertly positioned to scrutinise and judge the sector’s entries.
The Network Awards has been launched to recognise the good work taking place across the UK’s energy networks, their supply chains and stakeholders.
Organised by Network Magazine the event will take place at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole on 26 March 2019. Entries are open for the 14 categories which range from innovation project of the year across both the gas and electricity sectors, to achievements in stakeholder engagement, health and safety and data.
The judges are as follows:
Independent Consultant & Director of Chiltern Power
Senior Policy Manager, The Association for Decentralised Energy
Independent Consumer Policy Consultant
Director of Innovation, The Energy Systems Catapult
UK & European Head of Press and Public Affairs, The Energy Networks Association
Managing Director, Global Smart Transformation
Networks Portfolio Manager, BEAMA
Director of Networks Price Controls, Ofgem
Head of Energy, Innovate UK
Head of School, School of Engineering, Newcastle University
Network Magazine editor Alec Peachey said: “I’m delighted that entrants will have their contributions judged by such an esteemed panel. With the Network Awards in their first year I’d encourage anyone who has got a great story to tell to enter now.”
The Network Forum is also taking place on 26 March 2019 at National Conference Centre Birmingham. The event offers attendees an opportunity to learn about the innovative work taking place across the sector before coming together to celebrate the industry’s successes at the Network Awards later that night.
For further information on both events visit http://future.networks.online
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