The 15th Energy Management Awards, celebrating excellence in energy efficiency in the Kenya manufacturing sector, were held Friday in Nairobi.
Winners – Energy Management Awards 2019
LC – Large Energy Consumers
MC – Medium Energy Consumers
SC – Small Energy Consumers
S&M – Small & Medium Energy Consumers
|Overall Energy Management Award||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Overall Renewable Energy Award||Strathmore University|
|Sustained High-Performance Award||BAT Nairobi|
|Overall Water Efficiency Award||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Energy Innovation Award||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Electricity Savings Award (LC)||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Electricity Savings Award (MC)||BAT Thika|
|Electricity Savings Award (SC)||Executive Residency (Best Western)|
|Fuel Savings Award (LC)||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Fuel Savings Award (MC)||Frigoken Ltd|
|Fuel Savings Award (SC)||Kiru Tea Factory|
|Best Energy Management Financial Sector||Credit Bank
Co-operative Bank of Kenya
|Best Energy Management Tea Sector||Karirana Estates
James Finlay (K) ltd
|Best Management Service Sector Award||Sarova Woodlands|
|Best Energy Management Team Award||Kenya Breweries Ltd|
|Best New Entrant Award (LC)||Mombasa Cement|
|Best New Entrant Award (S &M)||Krystalline Salt Ltd|
|Best Most Improved||Njoro Canning Factory Ltd|
Energy Management Awards 2019 had four main classifications, The General Category, Renewable Energy Category, Water Efficiency Category, and Students Award Category, that registering a total of 64 participants, 20 participants, 15 participants, and 5 participants respectively.
The Energy Management Awards was launched in 2004 by the GEF-KAM Energy Efficiency Project, a predecessor of Centre of Energy Efficiency and Conservation (CEEC). CEEC based at KAM champions energy and resource efficiency in the country.
The purpose of the Energy Management Awards (EMA) is to recognize enterprises that have achieved outstanding energy savings and cost reductions through improved utilization of energy.