The closing date for entries is June 30 and there are 18 categories to enter and win, plus one Gold Award for Outstanding Achievement, decided by the judges from all the category winners.
Eleven categories look at excellence and innovation in the use of hydrogen across industry sectors:
A. Automotive (from motorcycles, through cars, pickup trucks and vans, to coaches and buses)
D. Mass Transit (locomotives and bus and coach fleets serving the public)
E. Road Haulage (all types of trucks for haulage of goods)
F. Utility (including on and off-grid applications)
H. Industrial (including petrochemical, textiles, glass and metallurgy)
J. Medical (including pharmaceutical)
Seven categories look for innovation and excellence in the production, storage and distribution of hydrogen, including related health and safety aspects, as well as in marketing and communications, training and development and from installation, service and maintenance specialists, and innovation or developments in legal, financial and professional services in the hydrogen sector:
N. Installation, Service and Maintenance
P. Marketing and Communication
Q. Recruitment, Training and Development
R. Legal, Financial, Professional and Consultancy Services
Extended deadline for entries: July 29
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