In response to high industry demand, the deadline for entries in this year’s HVR Awards has been extended to Friday, July 29.

The extension serves as a final opportunity for outstanding brands, companies and people across the sector to finesse their entries, gather supporting documents and put themselves in the running for a prestigious ‘flame’ trophy.

Heating & Ventilating Review editor Heather Ramsden comments: “The Net Zero challenge and renewed emphasis on indoor air quality has stimulated significant innovation from the HVAC industry. We don’t want all the hard work taking place to go unnoticed. A few extra weeks will give companies a bit of breathing room to finalise their entries and get the spotlight they deserve.”

This will be the only extension to the deadline, so those who wish to be in with a chance to win are encouraged to submit their entries by July 29.

Get your entries ready now

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, there will be a category for all HVAC businesses to enter.

Make sure to look out for a few new categories 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.

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What happens next?

Subject to meeting the necessary criteria, all entries will proceed to the decision-making stage where they will either be reviewed by a panel of esteemed industry judges or decided by an online industry vote to open on August 1.

The recipient of the highest number of votes or highest score from the judges in each
category will be revealed as the winner at the HVR Awards ceremony, taking place later this year.

Want to get involved?

As a platform for the industry’s most elite, the HVR Awards is the perfect way for brands to align themselves with the very best and secure extensive promotional opportunities to a highly targeted and engaged audience.

Companies that have already pledged their support include headline sponsor the Building
Engineering Services Association (BESA), The National Association of