Regen SW’s Art and Green Energy Award – £1000 prize
Sponsored by Institution of Civil Engineers
Regen SW’s Green Energy Awards are now in the 13th year and have been recognising and celebrating the achievements of pioneers and projects in the sustainable energy industry.
Over the past 3 years, Regen SW has been developing an arts and energy programme and now, for the first time, they are awarding an Arts and Green Energy Award with a prize of £1000.
The Green Energy Awards are one of Regen SW’s most popular events and we hope that this award will raise awareness of arts and energy practice and the opportunities that these projects present across the sustainable energy sector. Around 300 guests attend the dinner and tickets always sell out really fast.
Arts and Green Energy Award – Prize of £1000
This award is designed to recognise the crucial role that creative practitioners play in challenging, deepening and broadening the energy debate. We welcome nominations from a range of art-forms
- Tell us about this arts and energy project
- How has the project engaged audiences / participants?
- What is the project’s legacy
- What is the significance of the project on a county, regional or national level?
How to enter
1) The first stage is a short 250 word nomination by 8 September 2016
Fill in the form on Regen SW’s website, including your 250 words on why your project should receive the Arts and Green Energy Award 2016. TIP – take a look at the criteria above!
2) You will be notified by email on the 12 September 2016 if you are through to the next round where you are required to provide a full nomination with supporting evidence by 26 September 2016.
Short-listed candidates will be invited to the prestigious awards ceremony at The Assembly Rooms in Bath on 29 November 2016.
- Most Proactive Public Sector Organisation
- Sustainable Energy Installer of the Year
- Best Business Innovation
- Best Renewable Energy Scheme
- South West Sustainable Energy Champion, sponsored by The Crown Estate
- Best Energy Efficiency Building Scheme
- Best Community Initiative, sponsored by SSEPD
The Institution of Civil Engineers are proud sponsors of this award that comes at the launch of the ICE Arts and Energy 200 – Bicentenary celebration project. This competition to create art the generates electricity is being developed in collaboration with Land Art Generator Initiative.
You can find out more about this competition at ‘Feeding the Insatiable’ – a creative summit November 9-11 2016 in Dartington, Devon