Local Cambridge renewable energy company Cernunnos
have been awarded “renewable Energy installer of the year” and “renewable project of the year” at the Green Deal & Eco Awards 2015
The ceremony is aimed to celebrate and recognise the work of people, projects and initiatives in the renewable energy sector.
Cernunnos established in 2011 has become one of the fastest growing renewable companies in the eastern region.
Working with both domestic customers and local businesses to make the switch to a more sustainable source of energy, Cernunnos have also mademore prominent impacts through their work with Cambridge university and St Faiths school in creating imaginative solar and heating initiatives.
The specific wining project was for their eco fit out of Top Farm Barn, Cernunnos’s main headquarters- a display area open to the public where residents of Cambridge can explore and touch sustainable materials, and discuss projects. What makes this project award winning is that although grade ii listed dating back to the 17th century it has been completely transformed. As Leemya McKeown development manager explains. : “the space and the heritage of the property was simply breath taking. However it had been empty for some time. We wanted to bring the property back to life using the latest renewable technologies an sustainable interiors and be an example of best practice’.
Cernunnos believe that their high level of bespoke service and expertise they provide to their customers have contributed to their award victory. Director Peter Mckeown said: “It is a fantastic endorsement of what we have done and a great accolade for everyone in the company”.
Written by Leemya McKeown