The HVR Awards – the prestigious scheme for the recognition of excellence from across the heating and ventilating sector is now open for entries.
Later this year, the industry event will induct a new wave of winners into the prestigious ‘Hall of Flame’ at the hotly-anticipated awards ceremony.
But the best news is that this time we’re back LIVE, so clear your calendars.
Get your entries ready now
Organised by Heating & Ventilating Review publisher, Datateam Business Media, the HVR Awards has served as a platform for the very best products, brands and businesses from across the sector for over a decade – and you can be in with a chance of winning a coveted ‘Flamey’ trophy at the 2022 event.
With an all-encompassing array of categories from Commercial/Industrial Ventilation Product of the Year, to Commercial/Industrial Heating Product of the Year, Wholesaler/Distributor of the Year and beyond, you’re sure to find your opportunity to shine.
There are also a few new categories to look out for this year. Firstly, to account for the demand from the domestic heating and ventilation sectors, we are introducing both a Domestic Heating Product and a Domestic Ventilation Product of the Year.
These two awards are open to the most innovative heating or ventilation solutions available to the domestic market that are available for the UK market.
The HVR Awards will also reward the most promising Apprentice of the Year Award to offer incentive to the industry’s skills drive.
Some of last year’s hotly contested awards are returning. Most notably is the Heat Pump Product of the Year recognising innovation in the world of heat pumps which are set to play such a significant role in the decarbonisation drive.
The Collaboration Award recognises examples of team work that has delivered outstanding results on an HVAC project. The award is open to HVAC manufacturers working in collaboration with contractors or consulting engineers.
Finally, the HVR Awards are reinstating the Net Zero Hero Award which will go to the company that has made a significant contribution to introducing low carbon technology to a commercial/residential building leading to the reduction of carbon emissions.
Entries for this year’s scheme are now open, so now is the time to start preparing your submissions and gathering supporting documents to put yourself in the pole position.
To enter, go to www.hvrawards.com/enter
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