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Rosenblatt New Energy Awards 2011

Start Date:24 Feb 11 


The Rosenblatt New Energy Awards is a lavish event in the renewable energy sector, the awards recognise the achievements of management teams, companies and projects that have made a significant contribution to this sector during the previous 12 months.

Now in their fourth year, the Rosenblatt New Energy Awards recognise and reward only the best individuals and companies committed to alternative sources of energy. The Natural History Museum provides a stunning backdrop to this unique ceremony, giving guests the opportunity to enjoy a candle-lit meal in the presence of a 20-metre-long dinosaur!

Previous winners include Current Cost's Martin Dix (Entrepreneur of the Year), the Co-operative Group (Retailer of the Year), Foresight Group (Investor of the Year) and Zenergy Power (New Energy Rising Star). Attracting more than 450 CEOs, MDs, FDs, advisers, venture capitalists and financiers attending, this a "must-attend" occasion and an invaluable networking opportunity.

The Rosenblatt New Energy Awards 2011 will showcase the most remarkable companies that are dedicated to ensuring that the human race doesn't go the same way as our prehistoric forebears.

Natural History Museum
Thursday 24 February 2011
7pm–12am
Black tie with a green twist


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