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Sarah Butler-Sloss, Executive Chair and chair of the judging panel said: "Our winners show how sustainable energy can improve health, education and livelihoods and at the same time reduce carbon emissions.

The Prince of Wales, Charles, who is also Patron of the Ashden Awards personally congratulated all the winners in a separate private ceremony.

The Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy - now in its seventh year - exists to both highlight and reward exemplary and successful examples of sustainable energy use both in the UK and the developing world.

The Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy were created in 2001 by the Ashden Trust. The 2006 Awards are funded by nine Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts along with the John Ellerman Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust and Climate Care.


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