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The countdown is very much on to next month’s inaugural Global Game Changers awards event in Glasgow.

Launched this year by Innovators Magazine and Herald Scotland, it will celebrate the innovation economy and its role in delivering a sustainable future.

Star Renewable Energy, the inventors of the world’s largest zero carbon heat pump, has made the final two in the Corporates for Good category.

“It is wonderful to be nominated for a Global Game Changer Award and for SRE to achieve recognition for its revolutionary heating projects,” Dave Pearson, Director of Star Renewable Energy said. “We have always believed it is the responsibility of corporates to deliver new business models which will tackle the problem of climate change, and our investment in clean, low carbon heat is our fundamental approach. At Star we are motivated by innovation and sustainability.”

And there is still time to book your front row seats for the 13 September event – click the advert below.

Shortlist in full

Collaboration for change (Sponsored by Bond Dickinson)

Opening Educational Practices Scotland 

TEV Project/Newcastle University collaboration

Thales UK, CENSIS, University of West of Scotland

University of Glasgow

Women in Innovation (Sponsored by BAE Systems)

Caroline Jones Carrick

Dr Holly Butler

Dr Suzanne Doyle-Morris

Victoria Hamilton

Innovating in Stem Education/Training (Sponsored by City of Glasgow College)

Ayrshire College

Edinburgh College

Glasgow Clyde College

University of Strathclyde

West College Scotland 

Circular breakthrough

3f bio Ltd

Celtic Renewables Ltd

Jaw Brew

Synergie Environ Ltd

Breaking the Mould: Empowering Intrapreneurship


EIS Waste Services Ltd

KCP Environmental Solutions Ltd

SmartGreenCharge 1st renewable Electric Station by Smart Green Batteries EV Chargers & Sol

Start-Up and Share



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Corporates For Good

Clearwater Controls Limited

Star Renewable Energy (SRE)

Young Pioneers 

James McIlroy

Victoria Hamilton

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