Fully Charged launches new awards event

Fully Charged is launching a new awards event in 2023 – with an ambition to help accelerate the switch to more sustainable energy and transport.

Having built a uniquely ‘EV-ready’ audience and a reputation for independence over 12 years, the Fully Charged SHOW & Fully Charged LIVE have proven consumer pulling power.

The team will use its YouTube channels, podcast, digital platforms and events in the US, Canada, Australia, Europe and the UK to promote the Fully Charged AWARDS which will take place next year.

Plans include the formation of a steering committee, developing a robust process with strategic partners, and announcing the winners at a glittering awards gala.

The awards categories will be chosen so that existing and prospective electric vehicle drivers reward the most progressive organisations in the automotive and energy industries.

Robert Llewellyn, Founder & Joint CEO: “I have been to (and hosted) more awards events than most, and while I enjoy them, we are clear that there is a gap for a consumer-driven event that focuses on the fast-growing pure electric vehicle market and the ecosystem around those vehicles. We believe that the ‘clean slate’ we can bring to this, and our sizable audience of switched-on consumers, can be a powerful combination.”

Dan Caesar, Joint CEO: “It’s evident that the tried and tested benchmarks of success are changing. The Fully Charged AWARDS will be able to reward different criteria such as efficiency, value and sustainable manufacturing as well as to acknowledge the influence of smarter technology in the new automotive landscape. Our team, has a proven background in awards organisation, and are looking forward to delivering a positive, transformative events programme that accelerates the switch to electric vehicles and cleaner energy.”

Further information, including the ceremony venue, will be announced in Q4 2022.

Earlier this year motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson spoke to Robert Llewellyn – owner of the world’s number one clean energy and electric vehicle channel Fully Charged – as part of Transport + Energy’s Quentin’s Questions series. The series is being delivered in conjunction with Britishvolt – a company which is working to deliver a Gigaplant that will eventually produce enough low carbon, sustainable battery cells for over 300,000 electric vehicle battery packs per year.

Image courtesy of Fully Charged.

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