Tune in on 28 October to watch the Electrical Industry Awards 2021

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  Posted by: electime      11th October 2021

We are delighted to announce the go-live date of this year’s Electrical Industry Awards – Thursday 28 October. This year, the ceremony will be presented by meteorologist and BBC weather presenter Sarah Keith. Tune in at www.electricaltimes.co.uk

Tune in from the comfort of your home, office, van, or wherever you may be, to find out the winners of the Electrical Industry Awards 2021. The virtual award ceremony will go live on our website – www.electricaltimes.co.uk on Thursday 28 October at a time to be announced.

Sponsored by Schneider Electric, FS Cables, Aico, Electrical Times and W&ED magazine, the 29th year of the Electrical Industry Awards has attracted many entries of an exceptionally high calibre and of greater diversity than ever before.

The judges are now in the process of making their final decisions, and we can’t wait to find out who has come out on top! The judging process is rigorous and objective and only the best of the best are awarded. The Judges will bring industry knowledge and category-specific skill sets to assess every entry. The judging panel is made up of representatives for each of the major industry organisations, including

ECA, JIB, LIA, NAPIT and NICEIC. Having faced a really difficult couple years with everything that’s been thrown at the industry, including Brexit and Coronavirus, we are more excited than ever to celebrate the electrical industry and the fantastic people and organisations within it. And an unprecedented time brings unprecedented change! So with this we are
trying something new this year by offering a completely virtual awards ceremony.

Hosted by meteorologist, and BBC weather presenter, Sarah Keith-Lucas, this year’s award ceremony promises to celebrate everything the industry has achieved this year, complete with live
reactions from the winners! Sarah Keith Lucas joined the Met Office in 2007 and started presenting forecasts for BBC Weather in 2008. She has done the five-day weather forecast on the BBC One series Countryfile and also presents weather-based documentaries on the BBC News and BBC World News channels Climate Check and Weather World.

Sarah will be presenting awards for the following categories:

  • Commercial/ Industrial Product of
    the Year
  • Residential/Domestic Product of the
  • Lighting Product of the Year (Lamps/
  • Lighting Product of the Year
  • Trade Tool of the Year (including Test
    & Measurement)
  • Innovative Website/App of the Year
  • Electrical Project of the Year
    (may include joint manufacturer/
    contractor entry)
  • Training/Professional Development
    Resource of the Year
  • Electrical Apprentice of the Year
  • Wholesaler of the Year
  • Contractor of the Year