Worcester Bosch launches Environment 2050 competition

Worcester Bosch has re-launched their 2050 Environment Awards with a new sustainability-focused criteria aimed at installers, as well as new build and social housing customers.

The Environment 2050 competition encourages installers to work with customers to make environmentally friendly choices for their heating and hot water systems, while keeping longevity and sustainability in mind when opting for new installs.

The Environment 2050 competition will be launched from the 1st March, and will run annually.

There are 2 strands to the competition. For installers to enter, they need to submit a short written statement on why they chose to install a particular product through a simple form online. Once it’s been submitted, they will then be asked to send over an image of the installation.

There will be a total of 16 installer winners, consisting of four winners per season, in four categories: boilers, heat pumps, solar, hybrids. The winners will each receive:

  • 18V cordless Bosch Drill
  • £200 towards a charity of their choice
  • Framed certificate
  • Branded van stickers and marketing material
  • Local PR

An overall winner will also be chosen from the seasonal winners and will receive a further Bosch power bundle worth over £500 and a FSC certified British Oak engraved Award.

The second strand is the competition for new-builders and social housing providers. These entries will be required to outline why they chose to have a particular product installed, and their reason for choosing a charity if successful. There will be one ‘New Build’ winner selected and one ‘Social Housing’ winner selected in March 2023, each receiving £500 for their chosen charity, a FSC certified oak engraved award and local PR and marketing material.

As part of the Environment 2050 competition, Worcester Bosch is working closely with Rewilding Britain, a charity that supports rewilding initiatives in rural and marine areas across the UK and for every entry received, will donate £5 to help towards rewilding across the country.

Victoria Billings, Director of Marketing at Worcester Bosch, comments: “At Worcester Bosch we strive to protect our planet for the present and future generations by helping both our customers and installers opt for sustainable and environmentally friendly solutions for their heating and hot water systems.

“The Environment 2050 competition is a great way to recognise our professional customers for choosing to install products that are sustainable and built to last in homes across the UK. We look forward to hearing more about the work you are doing to protect our future – good luck!”

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