Welcome to the UK Green Business Awards

Wednesday 12 June 2024 | The Brewery London

The 2024 shortlist is out!

This year's awards were more competitive than ever with over 400 entries, including submissions from many of the UK's most successful and high profile businesses.

The number and quality of entries to this awards really are testament to the remarkable level of innovation and investment that is transforming the UK economy and environment for the better.

Huge congratulations to all who made the shortlist, and to those that didn't quite make it, we hope you will come back stronger than ever next year.

The premier celebration of the best of the country’s pioneering green economy

~ About the Awards ~

The UK Green Business Awards offer a unique opportunity to highlight some of the most exciting, inspiring, and innovative companies, projects, and campaigns operating in the UK today, while rewarding the many organisations that are striving to build an economy that is sustainable, healthier, and more prosperous for all.

The awards offer 27 categories, covering the full breadth of a green economy that is more critical than ever to the UK's competitiveness, rewarding the most inspiring renewables, energy efficiency, and circular economy projects of the year, as well as the most exciting marketing campaigns, small businesses, and innovations.

The awards will take place on the evening of Wednesday 12 June at The Brewery in Farringdon, London, bringing together over 600 leading executives, investors, business leaders, and campaigners for a gala ceremony to celebrate the UK's best and brightest green businesses, projects, and initiatives.

2023 Awards Highlights

2023 Finalists

"We want the awards to showcase as many as possible of the UK's leading firms and entrepreneurs, who together represent the very best of the UK's world-leading green business community. That is why the awards remain free to enter, and we'd urge everyone working to advance the UK's sustainability efforts to get their entries in ahead of the deadline."

James Murray, Editor in Chief, BusinessGreen

Awards Timeline

Our Judges