The event, organised by the Combined Heat and Power Association, was held at the Victoria and Albert Museum which uses a CHP system which is shares with the Natural History Museum.
The award winners were:
The President’s Award for Services to CHP: Michael King (pictured) for his 'long-standing commitment and dedication to developing the CHP and community heating sector in the UK'
The President’s Award for Emerging Talent (sponsored by Vital Energi): Katie Gent of Sustain for her work 'developing a CHP calculator to encourage and enable the take up of CHP among developers of new build projects'
Innovation Award: Baxi Group for its development and field trials of the Baxi Ecogen micro-CHP unit.
Sustainable Development Award (sponsored by Nabarro): Birmingham Heartlands Hospital and Ener-G Combined Power Ltd for their state-of-the-art trigeneration installation at an acute hospital
Community Award (sponsored by AEA): Sustain for their installation of CHP and renewables at the Nabarro Court sheltered housing scheme in Nottingham
Champion Award – Tesco for their 'significant investment in CHP and trigeneration and their commitment to deploying both proven and innovative technologies across their stores'
Graham Meeks, CHPA director, said: “The Awards showcase and demonstrate the breadth and diversity of the CHP sector, and the CHPA was delighted at the range and quality of applications received.”