While this was a huge honour to the quality of our work and the commitment of Cranfield University, especially Energy Manager Gareth Ellis, there was more…In a room filled with the great and the good from the energy world, and against some very stiff competition, the winner of the Behavioural Change / Staff Engagement category was…. ZapCarbon – for our staff engagement programme of work with Cranfield University.
At the end of the evening, the judges handed out their “Supreme Award” to the single best entry of the entire year.
Against all our expectations, ZapCarbon were declared the winner of the Judges’ Supreme Award.
“We are truly delighted”, said Dr. Andrew Smith
“To me this is recognition that Behaviour Change has come of age. At long last, Behaviour Change is now recognized as a vital tool in the energy reduction armoury”
“ZapCarbon has constantly focused on making behaviour change an accessible, practical tool. We have innovated hard and our novel approaches have clearly impressed the energy world.”
Andrew concluded: “With this recognition, we are keen to help as many organisations as possible make demonstrable reductions in their energy use via our unique systems”