Competition Relaunch

As long ago as 2000 we started our Environment 2000 Initiative, a competition where professionals could showcase their installations from an environmental perspective.

We are pleased to relaunch the competition this year with an eye to the future – Environment 2050.

The aim of the Environment 2050 Awards is to recognise those professionals in the heating industry who act sustainably and make informed choices when it comes to upgrading or creating a new installation of heating appliances.

Decarbonisation is very much on the horizon and with our commitment to achieving Net Zero we are encouraging and rewarding our industry partners to join us on our journey.

Installer competition    Specifier competition

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Rewilding Britain

Plus, for every entry received we will donate £5 to Rewilding Britain, a charity that supports rewilding initiatives in rural and marine areas across the UK.

Learn more about Rewilding Britain

For Installers

The Environment 2050 installer competition will run seasonally from 1st March 2022 and will have 4 winners every season – Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. To enter you need to put forward one of your own installs that reflects the message of sustainability into one of the 4 categories: Boilers, Hybrids, Heat Pump, or Solar.

The seasonal winners for each category will receive:

  • 18V cordless Bosch Drill
  • £200 towards a charity of their choice
  • Framed certificate
  • Branded van stickers and marketing material
  • Local PR

At the end of the competition, an overall winner will be chosen from the 16 seasonal winners who will receive:

  • A Bosch power bundle worth over £500
  • A FSC certified British Oak engraved Award


Enter now

For Specifiers

The Environment 2050 competition for Social Housing and New Build projects will run from March 2022 – February 2023 and 2 winners will be announced at the end of the 12 months. To enter simply put forward a project you are working on that reflects the message of sustainability.                                            

The 2 winners will both receive:

  • £500 towards a charity of their choice
  • A FSC certified British Oak engraved Award
  • Local PR and marketing material


Enter now