Recognitions

We work with businesses and communities to improve their green credentials. Our works are carried out by members and have received a few recognitions for the sustainability benefits it has brought or can bring to businesses and communities.

Project: Energy Management Software

Purpose: To help large businesses and public sector organisations reduce energy wastage and save money.

Recognition: We were a finalist at the 2016 Business Green Technology Awards in recognition of our innovation

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Project: Energy Management Software

Purpose: To help large businesses and public sector organisations reduce energy wastage and save money.

Recognition: We were a semi-finalist at the 2016 Mass Challenge in recognition of our innovation

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Project: UnLtd  Social Entreneurship Awards  and Do It For Real Programme

Purpose: To assist youths and communities for a sustainability cause.

Recognition: We have won multiple social entrepreneurship awards  from UnLtd for the quality of our sustainability services. Also, the founder of GreenPad Enterprise was recently selected by UnLtd to render selfless service and mentor young people aged 18-30 for the initiation of social change projects and creation of social values. This involves training and coaching young people and making a do it for real test it award (on behalf of UnLtd) to a young person to start their own social project or venture.

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Project: Energy Management App

Purpose: To help large businesses and public sector organisations reduce energy wastage and save money.

Recognition: The app won the Shell LiveWire Smarter Future Award for its ability to meet the energy and resource needs of a fast-growing population.

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Project: Bristol Green Capital Partnership

Purpose: To make Bristol a more greener city.

Recognition: We are part of several businesses working to make Bristol a greener place.

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Project: Sustainability Consultation Session at Charnwood

Purpose: To improve community cohesion and raise climate change awareness.

Recognition: The world’s largest sustainability network, 2degrees Network shortlisted the project in the 2015 social value  award category.

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Project: Energy from food Waste Feasibility Study conducted on the University of the West of England (UWE) Site.

Purpose: To investigate the feasibility of energy generation from food waste produced on site at UWE.

Recognition: The world’s largest sustainability network, 2degrees Network shortlisted the project in the waste and resource management category in the 2014 2degrees champions award.

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