After a tough judging session, the applicants have been whittled down to 113 finalists across 15 categories. These projects range from electric pool cars to music albums dedicated to climate change. They include ambitious zero carbon targets, pioneering new ways to create heat sources from waste and the largest Passivhaus building in the UK.
TEC are sponsoring the Carbon Reduction category we congratulate all of the finalists outlined below;
Goldsmiths, University of London - The Energy Detectives – investigating and solving energy waste across campus
Newcastle University - Newcastle University’s car(bon) reduction
Northumbria University - From carbon ambitions to carbon success
The College of West Anglia - Greening West Anglia
The London School of Economics and Political Science - Achieving carbon reductions above and beyond the basics!
The University of Nottingham - Medical School carbon reduction strategies
University of Chester - Lights, solar, action!
University of Reading - Smashing 35
TEC are once again very proud to sponsor the Carbon Reduction Category for the Green Gown Awards. The award recognises the initiatives which have achieved significant carbon reductions for an institution. We understand the great work accomplished by universities and colleges to help tackle this issue as the UK becomes established at the forefront of a sustainable energy future. Reducing carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important to students and the sector as it makes a meaningful contribution under the Paris Agreement, so we are delighted to support this award.
To find out more about the event and the other finalists please follow this link.
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