The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s (CBE) Engaged Learning master project, Project ACE: Action on Community Energy Efficiency has been shortlisted for the prestigious Energy Institute Community Initiative Award.
There has been international interest in this year’s competition with over 140 entries from across 23 countries including India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia, United States, Canada and many European countries. Teams and individuals who entered the competition truly represented the diverse range of outstanding achievements happening across the global energy sector.
The EI Awards is a celebration of the contribution that people in the energy industry make to its progress, innovation and excellence, and the judges were particularly impressed with the commitment and originality that was demonstrated in by MSc students:
Ryan Malcolmson – MSc Energy Engineering with Industrial Management
Vasileios Kalliris – MSc Environmental & Energy Engineering
Ademuyiwa I Agbonyin – MSc Environmental & Energy Engineering
Director of Learning & Teaching Dr Mohammad Zandi said: “I’m delighted for the news of the shortlisting. Being shortlisted for the Energy Institute Awards offers the University of Sheffield a number of opportunities to have our achievements recognised by the wider energy sector and at the EI Awards Ceremony, where our student work will be featured in a visual show that will be viewed by a room of the most important industry guests.”
The EI Awards ceremony will take place on 10th November at the Park Lane Hotel in London.