The Energy Awards - Three shortlistings received for Mayville, Larch and Camden Passivhaus projects

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All three of the projects we entered into The Energy Awards '11 have made their shortlists as announced today. The Camden Passivhaus and The Larch House in Ebbw Vale have both been shortlisted in the Energy Efficient New-Build Project category and the Mayville Community Centre has been shortlisted in the Energy Efficient Refurbishment of the Year category.

The Energy Awards '11, run by Water, Energy and Environment magazine, has attracted entries from a number of highly regarded and RIBA award winning architectural practices and recognises the achievements of companies from across the entire energy industry  in cutting emissions, improving the performance of their buildings, making operations and products more carbon-friendly, and changing workforce and customer behaviour.

Camden Passivhaus and the Larch House are shortlisted in the Energy Efficient New-Build Project category alongside Arup Associates' Sky Studios, cube_design's Rednock School, Land Securities' One New Change and Thomas Vale Construction's Apedale Energy Station.

Mayville Community Centre is shortlisted in the Energy Efficient Refurbishment of the Year category alongside Alford Hall Monaghan Morris' Angel Building, Camco's Retrofit South East, Cardiff Council's Energy Savings Rollout, The Envioronment Agency's Powerperfector and the Weymouth Sewage Treatment Works. The refurbishment category has accepted entries for both low-carbon complete building refurbishment alongside specific retrofit projects incorporating energy saving devices, looking for demonstrable energy and carbon savings with particular consideration for innovation, replication and wider environmental impacts.

The winners will be announced during a ceremony in London on 1st December 2011. 

Lucy Procter

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