Future Game Changers at the British Renewable Energy Awards 2023

This year’s British Renewable Energy Awards hosted by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) took place on 23 June at the Grovesnor Hotel in London.

The Supergen Bioenergy Hub was delighted to support the ‘Future Game Changers’ Award for postgraduate students with innovative ideas in the race towards achieving net zero in the field of renewable energy and technology, together with Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub and Supergen Energy Networks Hub.

Five inspiring video entries from postgraduate students from across UK institutions were shortlisted to be showcased at the Awards dinner courtesy of the Award sponsor Glennmont Partners by Nuveen Infrastructure.

Guests at the event voted for the most deserved winning concept and Priyanka Kumar from Imperial College London was announced the winner!

Watch Priyanka’s Video on ‘Unlocking the full potential of Brewer’s Spent Grain’


Shortlisted videos:

Runner up: Collette Larkin, University of Edinburgh, Decarbonising transport with onboard carbon capture storage

Marvin Wright, University of Strathclyde, Modular Magnetic Bio-Inspired Autonomous Underwater Vehicle

Asam Ahmed, University of Glasgow, Waste-to-Energy: The Optimal Solution to Tackle the Quadruple Crisis (Waste Pile Up, Climate Change, Energy Demand Increase, and Environmental Sustainability)

Raymond Atughwe, University of Surrey, Optimal modelling of renewable energy on carbon trading and long distance transmission cross-borders.

Another special Award, the ‘Young RE Professionals Award’ was presented to Aston University alumnus Amna Bezanty from Kew Technology who is a current industrial partner of the Energy & Bioproducts Research Institute at Aston University.







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