Press Release – Naked Solar Wins Another Award!
Newquay’s ‘Naked Solar’ wins Solar PV Installer of the Year at the South West Energy Efficiency Awards.
- Companies from across the South West were shortlisted for a range of Awards
- Shortlisted companies range from those operating across renewable heat, power, transport and energy
Newquay, Cornwall based Solar PV experts, Naked Solar were shortlisted and won the Installer of the Year Award. One of only five companies across the South West to be shortlisted for this prestigious award.
Their enthusiasm for the renewables industry and focus on putting the customer first has really shone through.
Managing Director, Tony Sampson, has actively pursued his passion for renewables within the community. He sits on the advisory panel for Business Leaders for Low Carbon, is an advisor to the Cornwall Sustainable Building Trust and regularly delivers renewable technology and climate change presentations to educational establishments, businesses and at a variety of events.
Tony Sampson, Naked Solar Ltd, Managing Director winner of the Installer Award said:
“Being nominated for an award never ceases to energise me. Winning a regional award is particularly humbling as we have so many great companies helping customers fight climate change in the South West. This is fitting recognition for their hard work and efforts which this year has seen them battling the elements in wind, rain and even snow!”
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Operations Manager at Naked Solar
About Naked Solar Ltd
Naked Solar are a Newquay, Cornwall based installer of Solar PV to both homes and businesses throughout the South West. Trading since 2010 their ethos of giving customers an informed choice with regards to renewables has seen them become the firm favourite within the industry and with customers. For more information visit: www.nakedsolar.co.uk
About the Energy Efficiency Association (EEA)
The National Energy Efficiency Awards were launched in July 2015 following the changes in Government Energy Efficiency Policy. Previously known as the Green Deal & ECO Awards, these awards were set up in 2014 to help motivate the energy efficiency sector in their delivery of the Green Deal Finance Initiative and Energy Company Obligation Scheme.
The Energy Efficiency measures introduced by the Government following the Energy Act 2013, included the Energy Company Obligations (ECO) Scheme, the Green Deal Finance Initiative, and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). These measures together help homeowners reduce their energy bills, tackle fuel poverty and reduce Carbon emissions.
The aim of the Energy Efficiency Awards is to provide public recognition for the excellent work the Energy Efficiency sector is doing in implementing these, and other, energy efficiency schemes. And to help encourage best practice within the Energy Industry as it, works to improve UK housing stock.