Rural Energy wins REA 'Installer of the Year' Award!

Rural Energy wins REA 'Installer of the Year' Award!
Rural Energy's Managing Director Paul Clark (centre) with REA Press Officer James Bears left and Virginia Graham, Chief Exec of the Renewable Energy Consumer Code, right
Rural Energy is proud to announce that we have been awarded the accolade of ‘Installer of the Year’ at the Renewable Energy Association Awards this June.
The Renewable Energy Association is the industry’s representative and trade association, promoting renewable energy uptake in the energy market, new jobs and sharing industry updates to the sector.
Rural Energy has been an REA member for a number of years and has worked with the REA consulting on renewable heat in the market with DECC and Ofgem in that time.
This year, we were shortlisted in the Association’s rewards. It was an honour to be shortlisted next to many fantastic projects and other installers. Our installation, project delivery and design capabilities were recognised across two categories this year, having been shortlisted in both the Innovation of the Year and Installer of the Year categories.
The swanky Awards were held in London on 12th June at the Savoy Hotel in London. After wining, dining and lots of chatting, the winners were finally announced.
A nervous few minutes later, the Installer of the Year award was announced – Rural Energy!
We are thrilled to be this year’s winners, and officially the Renewable Energy Association’s Installer of the Year for 2014-2015. After a storming year sealing the deal on huge projects with Bernard Matthews, the construction supply chain and more, we couldn’t find a better way to highlight our fantastic successes.
Paul Clark accepting the award for REA's Installer of the Year 2014
Managing Director Paul Clark said: “It is fantastic that the work of Rural Energy has been recognised by the renewable energy sector. This award is a great testament to the hard work, dedication and expertise of our team and its superb record of delivery.
Rural Energy continues to go from strength to strength as more and more organisations recognise the many benefits of modern biomass technology.
Businesses and organisations are recognising the importance of biomass technology as a highly effective way of reducing energy bills and cutting carbon emissions. The Government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the financial benefits that this can bring, makes the biomass proposition even more attractive.
We are winning a growing number of contracts in the farming, agriculture, healthcare and education sectors, which are key areas for us.”
REA Chief Executive Dr Nina Skorupska said of the awards: “It is a reminder that renewable energy is not just about technology, it’s something that is transforming our society at all levels, from people’s homes and communities to mainstream companies making major investments.” 
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