Awards and Recognition for AAT
Some of the awards we've received...
Jan 2010: AAT was one twenty winners across the UK of £500k in DECC Low Carbon Communities Challenge.
June 2010: AAT selected as one of five communities for £1million research programme, Evaloc, on low carbon communities led by Oxford Uni and Oxford Brookes.
Dec 2009: AAT won a £90k tender to deliver the Ynni’r Fro advice service in the South Wales valleys, advising community groups on wind, hydro and anaerobic projects.
May 2009: AAT secured planning consent for the community wind farm
2009: AAT selected as case study in the Welsh Assembly planning guidance on Renewable Energy
2009: AAT Selected as case study for Cynnal Cymru’s video and photographic exhibition on sustainable development that toured Wales and went to USA
2008: AAT selected as a case study by the Sustainable Development Commission for its website
2007: Dan McCallum, AAT Manager, was a finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, in the social enterprise category.
2007: AAT won the Wales Community Regeneration Award;
2007: AAT was highly commended in WCVA Volunteers of the Year Award
May 2006, AAT was selected as a case study for the Cynnal Cymru website (Cynnal Cymru is the Assembly-sponsored organisation charged with supporting the Assembly’s commitment to sustainable development);
April 2006: AAT gave the keynote presentation at the launch of the Community Enterprise Wales/HSBC Awards;
March 2006: AAT gave the lead presentation to the Communities Workshop at the Sustainable Development Commission’s Celtic Nations Conference;
Feb 2006, AAT was one of twelve finalists in the national Angela Vivian Social Enterprise Award;
2004, AAT was invited to meet Tony Blair at a reception to recognise the most innovative social enterprises in the UK;
2004, AAT was a case study in Practical Evaluation Tools for Urban Sustainability (PETUS) which is a European project being run in the UK by the Welsh School of Architecture, University of Cardiff;
2004, AAT was chosen as a case study for a best practice guide to sustainability developed by the University of Wales, Bangor;
Feb 2003, AAT was the subject of a paper, ‘Constraints and levers to community participation, experiences from Awel Aman Tawe’. This paper was delivered at the Department for International Development and Countryside Agency Social Sustainability Workshop Report;
2002, AAT was selected as a case study by the UK Government’s Department for International Development for the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.
2005: AAT was featured in new planning guidance on wind energy published by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister
2005: Selected as one of the ten best projects supported by Environment Wales and presented with the award at the National Assembly for Wales
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