AMEE won the peer-reviewed, lead award for Environmental Analysis and Metrology (the science of measurement) “against very strong competition”. In addition AMEE was shortlisted for the Group Award for Environmental Management.

AMEE was recognised as in the “Top Ten fastest growing Cleantech companies in Europe”. In addition, AMEE won the “Unique Leadership” award, which recognises the depth and breadth of the AMEE leadership team.


AMEE has been listed in the prestigious Global Cleantech 100 for two years. The list is produced by the Cleantech Group in collaboration with the UK’s Guardian News and Media.

UK Trade & Investment and Thomson Reuters scoured the United Kingdom to bring you the best of British tech. Through a competitive process, AMEE was selected to demo their cutting-edge technologies for the tech-savvy attendees of SXSWi.


Recognised as one of the UK’s “20 fastest-growing clean-and-cool companies” for 2010 in a competition initiated by the UK’s Technology Strategy Board.UK Trade & Investment Clean and Cool Mission


Best of What's New Award, Popular ScienceDescribing it as “the smartest carbon calculator,” Popular Science honored AMEEdiscover with a prestigious 2010 Best of What’s New Award in the Green Tech category.



AMEE has been awarded TreeHugger‘s “Best of Green” award in their software category, as they say “Awarding Excellence in Sustainability”, specifically for AMEEdiscover, the only search engine in the world designed for carbon standards.



From the ashes of the downturn, a new economy is self-assembling—focused on providing social and environmental solutions, where markets and governments have failed. If the pioneers of the Phoenix Economy are to succeed, they will still need substantial assistance from governments, foundations, investors and businesses, and we identify urgent opportunities for facilitation, collaboration and support. We celebrate a roll call of ‘The Phoenix 50’ pioneers in the business of social innovation, nominated by entrepreneurs and other stakeholders.


 Celebrating leading businesses and individuals from across the green economy, highlighting how these pioneers are blazing a path for others to follow. AMEE founder, Gavin Starks, is shortlisted as “Leader of the Year”.


 The GIVP Programme is an effort to identify companies that create path-breaking products and solutions and take their creations to new markets. AMEE has made it to the top 5 shortlist for the GIVP awards on three occassions.

The World Technology Network (WTN) named AMEE finalist in the Environment – Corporate category of its 2010 World Technology Awards. The awards are given to individuals and organisations doing innovative work of “the greatest likely long-term significance.”

For two years running, AMEE received “Highly Commended” in the “Best Cleantech / Environmental Startup (EMEA)The Europas

Finalist for Red Herring’s Top 100 Europe award, a prestigious list honouring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the European business region.



AMEE joined the high quality shortlist for the iawards, recognising some of the most innovative British businesses.

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