There are 8 Ingenuity categories, 14 Innovation categories and 8 Overall Achievement categories to enter and win, plus one Prix d’Honneur, decided by the judges from the category winners.

For the purposes of these Awards, the terms “e-mobility”, “electric vehicle” or “EV” can include cars, trucks, bikes, motorcycles, all types of e-powered working vehicles, boats, aircraft, buses and locomotives as well as hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, and all the network infrastructure, manufacturers and service and installation providers that support the whole e-mobility sector.

We do not have the facilities to accept prototype or production vehicles, so please submit video material to show any vehicle or finished product at its best and support any video with objective road or test reports or press analysis or TV vehicle or product trials and testing.

Please note that there is an entry fee to pay, but only for your first entry. Any second or subsequent entries are FREE.

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In this growing sector it is understood that the term “e-mobility” can also mean “alternative mobility”. This is reflected in the following seven categories:

A1. Emobility design and engineering (interior or exterior, including use of AI)

A2. Emobility software and apps (vehicle management, autonomy, EV apps and AI)

A3. Emobility battery development

A4. Emobility fuel cell development

A5. Emobility powertrain development (including electric motors, hybrid power, hydrogen and synthetic fuel engines)

A6. Emobility charging equipment development

A7. Emobility charging app or software development



With the increased importance of AI as a tool for innovation, it is expected that entries for any of the Innovation categories may reflect this broader use of AI.

B1. Emobility vehicle innovation (excluding buses, trucks, vans or pick-ups)

B2. Emobility vehicle innovation (excluding cars)

B3. Emobility vehicle innovation (e-motorcycle and e-bike, including mobility vehicles and e-scooters)

B4. Emobility marine innovation (ships, boats, submersibles and other marine applications)

B5. Emobility aerospace innovation

B6. Emobility working vehicle and conversion EVs (including fork lifts, farm vehicles, and all types of vehicle conversions)

B7. Emobility recycling innovation and sustainability initiatives (e.g. sustainable delivery)

B8. Emobility marketing, communications and advertising (for any emobility sector brand or company)

B9. Emobility talent acquisition, HR and learning & development (relating to any aspect of e-mobility such as OEMs, battery manufacture or gigafactory staffing)

B10. Emobility finance and insurance policies and plans

B11. Emobility infrastructure provider (including hydrogen and synfuels)

B12. Emobility charge point manufacturer (including software originators)

B13. Emobility charge point resellers and installers

B14. Emobility charge point network operator


Overall Achievement

(Entrants for the Overall achievement categories must have entered at least one other category in the Ingenuity or Innovation sections)

C1. Start-up Emobility company (open to any start-up in operation for less than 2 years at June 30)

C2. New Emobility marque launch

C3. Emobility design and/or engineering team (including use of AI)

C4. Emobility electronics or software team (including the use of AI)

C5. Emobility finance and insurance team

C6. Emobility marketing, communications or publishing team

C7. Emobility service team (dealers, infrastructure network, installation, maintenance, sustainable delivery, customer service, learning & development)

C8. Emobility manufacturer


Prix d’Honneur

(This cannot be entered as the Winner is selected by the judges from the category winners) 


Entries close: November 30

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