Clean Energy Council Award finalists announced

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The finalists in the 2022 Clean Energy Council Awards have been announced. This year’s finalists come from all across Australia, with projects ranging from a virtual battery solution to a learning hub designed to promote energy literacy and understanding about clean energy in primary and secondary school students.

The finalists in this year’s awards are:

Innovation Award
Doosan GridTech

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Community Engagement Award
Blind Creek Solar Farm
Global Power Generation Australia

The winners of the Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award and the Media Award will be announced at the 2022 Australian Clean Energy Summit Gala Dinner on July 19. The Outstanding Contribution to Industry Award recognises an individual who has made a major and sustained contribution to the clean energy industry, while the Media Award recognises a journalist who has delivered exceptional coverage of the Australia clean energy industry.

The awards will be presented at the Australian Clean Energy Summit Gala Dinner at the conclusion of Day One of the 2022 Australian Clean Energy Summit.

Find out more about the finalists here.

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