National Renewable Awards 2012
Thursday 13th September

This years National Renewable Awards 2012 to be held at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on the 13th September will be hosted by Gabby Logan with a top comedian, and we are very pleased to hear that Dorset Renewable Energy Installation Specialists NGPS (Nick Good Property Services) have been shortlisted in 2 categories – for Best Energy Efficiency Project and Best Residential Renewables Project for the Renscombe Estate.

Last years event was hosted by Julia Bradbury and Michael McIntryre at the same Venue in September 2011, and NGPS Ltd of Poole were the only Dorset company to get through the selection process and be invited to the glittering black tie event where they won Best Southern Installer. This year NGPS are again the only Dorset company to get shortlisted and invited to the finals evening.

There are now over 5000 Microgeneration Approved (MCS) contractors in the UK and these were responsible for more than 150,000 renewable installations in the last year. NGPS installed two Danfoss ground source heat pumps systems with 600m of collector coils, a 12kW ground mounted PV system and reduced 10kw of lighting load down to 800 watts with use of LED light fittings supplied by LED ZIP lighting of Bournemouth. This has resulted in a Purbeck Estate reducing its annual energy costs from £18,000 a year to only £1,600.

NGPS is a family run electrical and renewables installation business who have built their reputation on high quality installations, and their recognition at the awards proves that quality of installation is the way forward! Pictures of last year’s awards event are on the NGPS website at:

25% Early Bird Discount on the Awards Night – confirm your interest by 5pm Friday 10th August!

• First-come, First-served Positioning
• Drinks & Networking reception
• Host: Gabby Logan
• Comedian/s: Revealed on the Evening
• 3 Course Meal including Drinks Package
• Live Band & Disco
• Late Night Casino

For full details of the Awards and the full shortlist visit the website:

And of course we wish NGPS the very best of luck in this year’s awards…