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Renewable Energy Infrastructure Awards shortlist announced

The shortlist for the 2011 Renewable Energy Infrastructure Awards was announced this week following an unprecedented number of entries.

The Renewable Energy Infrastructure Awards are proud to announce the 2011 short list recognising and rewarding the finance, delivery and success of all new infrastructure projects and facilities, within the renewable energy sector. The short list can be seen in full on the awards website at

An unprecedented number of entries were received and the quality of them was high, making the short listing process a difficult one. The esteemed judging panel, featured on the awards website, will now meet to debate the shortlisted entries and make the tough decision to finalise the winners.

Winners will be announced at the very first Renewable Energy Infrastructure Awards lunch taking place at the prestigious, five-star Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London on Thursday 10 November 2011. The awards will provide a unique coming together of the industry’s “who’s who” – the perfect place to network, entertain clients and win new business.

To discover the short list and book your place at the industry’s must-attend event please visit or contact Georgina Drake at or call 020 7728 5279.

Follow the Renewable Energy Infrastructure Awards on twitter @REIAwards for all the latest updates on the awards.

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