Octopus Group and GRIDSERVE both took home two awards each at the Electric Vehicle Innovation and Excellence Awards 2021, with Instavolt, Tritium and Mercedes-Benz also amongst the winners on the evening.
Two separate divisions of Octopus clinched awards, with Octopus EV winning the Innovation in V2G category for its Powerloop project, while Octopus Energy won the Best Consumer Proposition award. GRIDSERVE meanwhile scooped both the Charging Destination of the Year and Chargepoint Network Operator of the Year gongs.
Instavolt was awarded in the Private Infrastructure Strategy of the Year category, while Mercedes-Benz was named OEM of the Year in front of a sell-out audience at the Bristol Harbour Hotel.
A full list of winners and special commendations is included below.
Public Transport Authority of the Year
East Lothian Council
Innovation in V2G
Powerloop (Octopus EV)
Public Sector Infrastructure Strategy of the Year, sponsored by Schneider Electric
London Borough of Waltham Forest
Chargepoint Manufacturer of the Year
OEM of the Year, sponsored by eSmart Networks
EV Under 30 Star
Petar Georgiev, AMPECO
Contractor of the Year, sponsored by Envevo
Special commendations: Sinewave, Elmtronics
Private Sector Infrastructure Strategy of the Year
EV Start-up of the Year
Special commendation: Power.Global
Charging Destination of the Year
Fleet Electrification Strategy of the Year, sponsored by eSmartNetworks
Nottingham City Council
Best Consumer Proposition
Best New Product or Service
Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & HATS Group, the UK’s First Fully Electric Ambulance
Chargepoint Network Operator of the Year, sponsored by Envevo
The winner of Chargepoint Manufacturer of the Year at the #EVIES21 is @TritiumCharging. Well done!#EVChargepoint #ChargepointManufacturer #EVIES #EVWorldCongress #Winner #Congratulations pic.twitter.com/Uj95mUQEip— Solar Energy Events (@_SolarEnergy) October 19, 2021
Our winner of the evening for Best New Product or Service, congratulations to Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust & HATS Group, the UK’s First Fully Electric Ambulance.— Solar Energy Events (@_SolarEnergy) October 19, 2021
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