Does your business live for all things local? This award recognises companies who are passionate about supporting Somerset’s economy through local activity and can demonstrate this through their use of local employment, training, trading or regional supply chain etc.
Judges will be looking for:
- Statistics and evidence on the level of local activity
For any queries regarding your entry, please get in touch with the Chamber Team at email@example.com.
Jamie Driver, Senior Supply Chain Manager
Responsible for local and regional supply chain engagement for the Hinkley Point C project. Prior to this role, as a chartered engineer, he has worked at the Hinkley Point site from 1984 and within the nuclear industry since 1979, spending periods working in Russia, the US and Europe on nuclear power generation related activities and on fleet wide projects within the UK.
EDF Energy is one of the UK’s largest energy companies and the largest producer of low-carbon electricity, producing around one-sixth of the nation’s electricity from its nuclear power stations, wind farms, coal and gas power stations and combined heat and power plants. The company supplies gas and electricity to more than 5.5million business and residential customer accounts and is the biggest supplier of electricity by volume in Great Britain.
EDF Energy is also leading the UK’s nuclear renaissance and is building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset . Hinkley Point C will employ over 25,000 people during construction and will significantly benefit the local & regional economy during the 10 year construction phase and during its 60 years of operation.
Good luck to everyone who has entered!
The shortlisting process is now taking place from 23rd -30th August, after which you will be notified if you have made it through to the next stage...