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The UK’s Premier Independent E-Mobility Awards Call For Entries for 2024

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Following the resounding success of the inaugural E-Mobility Awards in January 2023, the organisers, Stratford Projects, have announced the Awards will run in 2024 and are now calling for entries. Entry forms must be in by June 30 2023, but extra time is allowed to upload 1500-word submissions. All entries received will be reviewed impartially by an all-star judging panel of industry leaders.

The 2024 Awards have refined the categories and focused on Innovation, Ingenuity and Achievement.

The current Awards will further build on the success of the 2023 Awards that TV presenter Quentin Willson hosted at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon in January. At the Awards, a keynote was delivered by George Freeman MP, Minister of State for Science, Research and Innovation.

Matt MacNamara, development director at Stratford Projects, said, “The response to last year’s Awards was phenomenal, and we aim to build on that success with an even better event. These Awards have been quickly established as one of the most coveted by those innovators working in the EV space and the wider e-mobility ecosystem. This year we aim to encourage the broadest possible range of companies from across the sector to enter the E-Mobility Awards, from cars, buses, boats, trucks and off-road vehicles, to charging infrastructure, new technologies, and innovative EV financing models”.

With 30 categories to enter and win, plus one top Prix d’Honneur, decided by the judges from the category winners, innovators and disruptors, are invited from across the emobility sector to enter and receive the recognition they deserve from a genuinely independent judging panel.

Entry forms must be completed by June 30, but the full 1500-word submissions can be uploaded until Thursday, July 20.

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