E-Mobility Awards announces finalists
The E-Mobility Awards detailed the finalists in its second annual competition celebrating ingenuity, innovation, and achievement in this sector and announced TAE Power Management as Headline Sponsor.
Launched three years ago, entries have quadrupled since last year, putting the E-Mobility Awards (incorporating the EV Awards) on a firm footing and which is set to grow.
E-Mobility Awards Development Director Matt MacNamara said: “In a year that broke all records for entries, we still feel we are just scratching the surface. With entries from across Europe, the UK, India and the Far East and the US and Canada, the potential for the future growth of the E-Mobility Awards looks impressive.”
26 companies have been short-listed for the final stage judging, which takes place during the rest of November and early December.
The finalists are:
- E.ON Drive UK
- Electric Juice by Octopus Energy
- HVS, Ionblox
- Joju Solar
- Leaseplan UKL
- McLaren Applied
- Octopus Energy
- REE Automotive
- SWARCO / ChargePlace Scotland
- Urban Electric Networks
- Zapp EV
E-Mobility Awards Events Manager, Becky Knight said: “Between them, these companies give the Awards an international breadth, while spanning the whole of the emobility sector from EVs, AFVs and boats and aircraft, to charging equipment and networks, and everything in between, such as software and service. Now, we are really looking forward to completing the judging and getting ready for an evening of celebration on January 26 at the British Motor Museum.
“The support from sponsors and supporting partners has been instrumental in pushing up the levels of entry for 2022-23. Now, with nearly 30 companies vying for trophies there is already demand for places at the Awards event on January 26. I’d urge Finalists’ companies to book places as soon as they can. If the standard of the entries is anything to go by, then I’m looking forward to meeting some great people on the night at the Awards.”
TAE Power Management CEO David Roberts said: “We are thrilled and thoroughly delighted to support the E-mobility Awards, in its second year. With the emobility industry growing rapidly, it’s important we take the time to recognise businesses leading the way through ingenuity, innovation and overall achievement.”
Quentin Willson, the British broadcaster, journalist and transport campaigner, will host the Awards ceremony.
In addition to the Headline Sponsorship of TAE Power Management, the E-Mobility Awards have the powerful support of EVera Recruitment, Influence emobility, Mobility Makers, as well as supplementary support from EV Clicks and start-up ZipCharge.