Morrison Utility Services has been presented with the Energy Efficiency Award at the 2016 Gas Industry Awards.
The award was presented in recognition of green fleet and carbon reduction strategies, as well as its commitment to developing environmental awareness across its workforce.
The annual Gas Industry Awards honours outstanding companies and people across the gas sector and is organised by The Institute of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) and The Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA).
This year’s event attracted over 600 attendees and was hosted by broadcaster John Inverdale, with awards presented by Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
Morrison Utility Services chief executive Charles Morrison said: “Our carbon reduction and green fleet initiatives are an integral part of our business and we are delighted that our efforts have been recognised at these prestigious industry awards. The Energy Efficiency Award is testament not only to our commitment to the environment, but also to the hard work and dedication of our employees in this key area.”
Mike Foster, chief executive of the EUA, said: My congratulations to Morrison Utility Services. The standard of entrants this year was exceptionally high. I would like to thank everyone from across the gas industry that has made this year’s event so memorable.”
IGEM CEO Sarb Bajwa added: “These awards provide people from across the industry with an opportunity to come together to recognise the very best we have to offer. Congratulations to Morrison Utility Services and all of our other winners and nominees.”