Wondrwall presented with the Net Zero Impact Award at the 2022 Energy Innovation Awards

On 5 May 2022, Wondrwall attended the Energy Innovation Showcase & Awards, which took place at the Titanic Hotel, Liverpool. Wondrwall were finalists for the Net Zero Impact and Best Innovation (Electricity) award. We are delighted to have been presented with the Net Zero Impact award, testament to our mission of creating sustainable carbon-free living for homes across the country and beyond. 

The Net Zero Impact Award was a highly contested category, with entries from many other industry leaders – but Wondrwall’s award-winning domestic energy management solution took the top spot, drawing comment from the judges for developing a “great solution for optimising energy in the home” with the vital objective of tackling low-carbon domestic heat. 

Daniel Burton, Wondrwall Group CEO & Founder, accepted the award and said that; “We were delighted that the benefits of our energy management system had been recognised by the EIC judges”. With CO2 emissions from UK homes accounting for 20% of total emissions, the mass adoption of intelligent low carbon domestic heating will be a critical element on the journey to net-zero. But Daniel added that Wondrwall is only one part of the solution and that the scale of the decarbonisation challenge will require increased industry collaboration from all stakeholders as we move toward 2050.  



Established in 2008, the EIC is a globally established not-for profit organisation with a vision that reaches far beyond the creation of new or improved utility systems – we are passionate about driving social progress, improving the quality of people’s lives and securing a safe, affordable and sustainable future for our children. Working in partnership with more than ten gas, electricity and water utilities and the Energy Systems Catapult (ESC), the EIC bridge the gap between industry and innovators. We have extensive knowledge and we consistently deliver a proven route to market for innovative ideas and technologies.

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