We are delighted to announce a new prize opportunity at this year’s Awards, sponsored by the Rexel Foundation.
An amazing £15,000 prize will be awarded to the most deserving non-profit-making organisation that has developed and executed a socially Innovative Community Project in 2014, that has benefitted those most in need in terms of energy and cost savings.
The Rexel Foundation was established as part of Rexel’s social and environmental commitment to the communities in which it operates. This prize is offered to highlight awareness of the challenges that fuel poverty presents, and to encourage the industry to seek new ways to overcome the difficulties faced by those most disadvantaged by rising fuel costs, and share its vision for a better energy future for all.
The prize, will take the form of goods and services for a future project within the same parameters (refer to entry form for full terms & Conditions), and will be provided by Rexel Energy Solutions, a division of Rexel UK Ltd.
This is a great opportunity to make your project aspirations a reality and your chance to work with Rexel to make a huge difference to the lives of those within your community, so we hope you will be inspired to enter!
Submissions must be received by 1 September 2014 via the entry form and sent via e-mail to:
You will be notified by 19 September 2014 if your submission has been shortlisted by the panel of judges. Should your entry be shortlisted, you may be requested to submit a more detailed application. The final 3 shortlisted entrants will be invited to attend the Solar Power Portal Awards in October, at which the winning entry will be announced, and the award presented.
About the Rexel Foundation
In 2013, Rexel created the Rexel Foundation for a better energy future to provide a new scope for the company's initiatives whilst allowing Rexel to continue its work with local communities, and involving a larger number of employees in outreach projects. The Rexel Foundation’s mission is to improve access to energy efficiency for all and is based on three key pillars: Improving understanding and raising awareness of energy efficiency, encouraging innovation through research programmes and educational projects, supporting charitable community-based projects which improve access to energy efficiency for all.