REA Future Game Changers Award Winner 2024

Congratulations to Rohit Murali from the University of Surrey, winner of this year’s REA Future Game Changers Award 2024.

Rohit’s research on anaerobic digestion and unlocking the power of microbial synergies was voted the winner by attendees at The British Renewable Energy Awards organised by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).

(Outgoing) Chief Executive of the REA Nina Skorupska presented Rohit with his Award and a cash prize of £2,000 at the event in London on 13 June.

Watch Rohit’s Award winning video below:


The Supergen Bioenergy Hub together with the Supergen Offshore Renewable Energy Hub and the Supergen Energy Networks Hub were delighted to support this year’s award specifically designed to find postgraduate students who will be ‘Future Game Changers’ in the field of renewable energy and technology.

London, June 13th 2024: The Renewable Energy Awards at London’s Sheraton Grand Hotel


” I am absolutely thrilled and honoured to receive this year’s REA Future Game Changers Award 2024 for my innovative idea on Anaerobic Digestion, showcasing my PhD research. This recognition has greatly boosted my confidence and fuelled my passion to implement my idea!”  (Rohit Murali)



Five fantastic postgraduate students were shortlisted to attend the prestigious awards event along with their supervisors courtesy of the REA and their video entries were showcased to the foremost renewable energy leaders in the UK who voted for their favourite idea. Visit our Youtube playlist to watch them all.

Congratulations to all the finalists for taking part and demonstrating the ambition of postgraduate researchers across the country with the drive to make a change in the race to net zero!

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