Ingenuity. Innovation. Achievement.
The results of the first E-Mobility Awards (incorporating the Electric Vehicle Awards have been announced. You can find details on th Results page of this website. Nine companies across eight categories will receive Winner trophies. Congratulations go to the intrepid winners who tested the Awards waters by entering the E-Mobility Awards during an exciting but challenging year.
Wiser, but undaunted, and with the possibility of the coronavirus starting to recede in the rear-view mirror, we rescheduled our plans for the 2021 Awards. We have also undertaken to double the number of broad leafed trees we plant, based on the number of entries submited to the Awards. Our donations for trees will go to the National Forest, which is right in the heart of the UK.
The Covid-19 pandemic has helped hurry the automotive industry to a pivotal moment, when operators and motorists decide that there has to be an end to ICE powered vehicles and put pressure on manufacturers to accelerate their rate of product change-over and on charging network providers to up their game on installation and charging. With a laser-like focus, the E-Mobility Awards will continue to concentrate on the EV sector, including any AFVs that use their fuel to generate electric power (cars, vans and trucks), e-motorcycles, e-bikes, e-boats and e-aircraft, as well as electrically powered working vehicles (warehouse, farm, factory, etc.). But there will also be recognition of the developments in vehicle charging infrastructure, software and equipment, and installation and maintenance.
The Awards seek out ingenuity, innovation and achievement across the sector. But an awards competition is only as good as the entries received and we will continue to try to encourage the broadest possible range of companies from across the sector to enter the E-Mobility Awards for 2022. The Call for Entries for the 2022 Awards re-open on February 1.