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Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award

Could you be the next Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year? In order to be considered for this award, and the funding and support that come with it, you must first win one of our monthly Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Awards.

The £5,000 Shell Smarter Future Awards take place each month and the deadline for entries is midnight on the last day of each month. The competition is open to new UK business owners aged 16-30 who have an idea that addresses the world’s future transport, food, energy, or natural resource challenges, or make our urban environments cleaner, healthier and more sustainable places to work and live inApply now!


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Zak Ajia (GreenPad Enterprise)

Zak Ajia Wins December's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!


Zak Ajia won December’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, GreenPad Enterprise.

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Adam Routledge (Edible Bug Farm)

Adam Routledge Wins November's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!


Adam Routledge won November’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Edible Bug Farm.

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Michael McLeod (Universal Resource Trading)

Michael McLeod Wins October's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!


Michael McLeod won October’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Universal Resource Trading.

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Matthew McLaren (Entomos)

Matthew McLaren Wins September's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!


Matthew McLaren won September’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Entomics.

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Ravi Toor (Filamentive) Ravi Toor (Filamentive)

Ravi Toor Wins August's Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award!


Ravi Toor won August’s Shell LiveWIRE Smarter Future Award for his business, Filamentive.

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Laurence Kemball-Cook (Pavegen)

Laurence Kemball-Cook (Pavegen)Pavegen Systems produces paving slabs which generate electricity from footsteps.

Arthur Kay (bio-bean)

Arthur Kay (bio-bean)bio-bean recycles coffee grounds into biodiesel and biomass pellets.

Samuel Etherington (Aqua Power Technologies)

Samuel Etherington (Aqua Power Technologies)Aqua Power Technologies is developing an innovative solution to convert wave energy into electricity.

Daniel Roberts (BananaBerry)

Daniel Roberts (BananaBerry)BananaBerry is a social enterprise that utilises surplus fruit and vegetables to create smoothies.

Mason Holden (Admium)

Mason Holden (Admium)Admium helps cities evolve with changing public need through the design, manufacture, supply and installation of inventive ad supported street furniture and services.

Solveiga Pakstaite (Design By Sol)

Solveiga Pakstaite (Design By Sol)Design By Sol have developed an innovative, integrated, bio-reactive food expiry label, Bump Mark.

Adam Meekings (Penumbra Power)

Adam Meekings (Penumbra Power)Penumbra Power is a technology start-up committed to the reduction of emissions from vehicle exhaust gasses

Maneesh Varshney (Naturosys)

Maneesh Varshney (Naturosys)Naturosys creates organic fertiliser and fish feed from food waste.

Thomas Robinson (Adaptavate)

Thomas Robinson (Adaptavate)Adaptavate are completely rethinking and redesigning how the new generation of building materials are made.

Thor Schuitemaker-Wichstrøm (CAVENTOU)

Thor Schuitemaker-Wichstrøm (CAVENTOU)CAVENTOU create sustainable smart objects that use the property of colour to convert sunlight into energy.

Ravi Toor (Filamentive)

Ravi Toor (Filamentive)Filamentive is a sustainable 3D printing material brand.

Matthew McLaren (Entomics)

Matthew McLaren (Entomics)Entomics are pioneering the transformation of food waste into sustainable sources of fuel for plants, animals and vehicles.

Michael McLeod (Universal Resource Trading)

 Michael McLeod (Universal Resource Trading)The business provides an easy way for universities to recoup space, generate revenue and prevent waste of their unwanted equipment.

Adam Routledge (Edible Bug Farm)

Adam Routledge (Edible Bug Farm)Edible Bug Farm produces human grade edible insects using scientific management principles.

Zak Ajia (GreenPad Enterprise)

Zak Ajia (GreenPad Enterprise)GreenPad Enterprise is a social enterprise which provides sustainability services to businesses and communities to improve their green credentials, and reduce utility costs and carbon footprints.