About the Electric Vehicle Awards

 

Who should enter the Electric Vehicle Awards?

Any business involved in the design, manufacturing, marketing or sales of electric vehicles and any supporting services or infrastructure. Eligibility is as broad as the industry itself. If you are in any doubt about the category/ies you should enter, please email the Awards office for guidance.

The Electric Vehicle Awards are about ingenuity, innovation and achievement in the market. 

What is the closing date for entries?

The closing date for entries of September 30 will be strictly observed. If for any reason you believe your entry will be late please notify the Awards’ office immediately, before the closing date. Failure to do so may incur a penalty charge of £50.00 plus VAT per late entry, as the processing team will need to be re-convened at considerable extra cost.

Key dates to remember

June 1: Call for entries opens for 2021 Electric Vehicle Awards

September 30: Closing date for entries

October: Judging commences

October 15: First stage judging complete and Finalist companies announced

October 31: Second stage judging completed to ratify positions

January 29: Awards lunch and ceremony in London
Results and pictures published on web site
Post-Awards publicity commences

June 1: Call for entries for 2022 Electric Vehicle Awards opens

Will your entries be returned?

No entries will be returned after judging. They will be securely destroyed after the Awards ceremony has taken place. Entries that make the short-list of finalists will be used in the Winners supplement published for the Awards. Any information marked as confidential will be treated as such by the organisers. 

What will you receive if you win? 

Every winner will receive an Eva – a custom-designed figurine in polished white metal – and a winner’s logo for print or online use. The Prix d’Honneur winner receives a gold Eva. Highly commended runners-up will receive an acrylic trophy and a logo for print or online use. All finalists will receive a logo to display online or in print. 

 

Time pressures for preparing good entries can be tough. If you need a helping hand writing your awards submissions contact Boost Awards. They are the first and largest experts in preparing awards entries and act completely independently.

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