How much does it cost to enter?
There is an entry fee to the Electric Vehicle Awards. Why? Because there are real costs associated with the care and secure storage of entries, and the processing of entries and payments. Distributing collated papers to the judges, convening the jury, providing a venue for the judging days, if necessary, offering refreshments and lunch to the judges, compiling the privately scored judges’ marks and communicating the short-list to the lucky finalists, also incur costs.
So the entry fee for this inaugural year of the Electric Vehicle Awards is set at £250.00 plus VAT at the current applicable rate (£300.00 including VAT at 20%)
Second or subsequent entries will be charged at £125.00 each, plus VAT at the current applicable rate.
Payment for all entries must be received at the time of entry and receipt of entries will be acknowledged electronically. Each entry must be paid for separately, but if you know you will submit several entries please let the Awards office know and an invoice will be raised for you to pay by BACS, or via PayPal.
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