Vital Energi Clients Claim Hat-Trick of Finalist Spots At H&V Awards

We are delighted that three of our clients have been shortlisted for their fantastic energy projects at the 2022 H&V Awards.

Westminster City Council, Southwark Council and Swansea Bay University Health Board have all been placed on the shortlist and are some outstanding examples of how the low-carbon sector is working to meet the UK’s net zero targets. By harnessing solar farms, energy conservation measures and heat pumps, these three projects demonstrate just some of the technical solutions available for helping organisations meet their carbon reduction targets.

These awards shine a spotlight on the innovative ways the public and private sectors are decarbonising and whilst all of these schemes are reducing carbon in using different technologies, all three are inspirational projects which are helping to create a cleaner, greener UK.”

Abby Whitelock, Head of Marketing for Vital Energi

HVAC Project of the year (Over £0.5) – Westminster City Council RE:FIT Project


One of the cornerstones of the Westminster City Council’s (WCC) decarbonisation plans is a £13m RE:FIT project which will revolutionise the way they generate and consume energy across their estate. The project, which was funded through the PSDS, will deliver over 1,600 tonnes of carbon reduction per year

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Heat Pump Project of the Year - Residential Category - Southwark Heat Pump

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We are working with Southwark Council to decarbonise their existing gas fired heat networks, across three local estates benefitting over 2,000 properties with a lower carbon heat supply. This is the first time water source heat pumps have been retrofitted within an existing high temperature heat network in London.

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Net Zero Contribution - Swansea Bay UHB RE:FIT Project

Swansea Bay Solar Farm Complete Install

Swansea Bay University Health Board’s (SHUHB) multi-phase RE:FIT project has pioneered an innovative blend of energy conservation measures and low carbon renewable energy generation measures which includes the creation of the UK’s first solar farm dedicated to supplying an NHS hospital.

We would like to congratulate our clients, who are working so hard to deliver a net zero UK, on being named finalists.

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