The winner will be announced at the Sustainability Now virtual event on May 13

The finalists in the Green Innovations Awards have been revealed.

Baxi Group, Viking House and Natural Building Technologies will vie for the award, which will be announced at 10am on May 13 at the Sustainability Now virtual event.

Green Innovation Award

The three finalists offer three very different green products.

Baxi's Ecogen micro combined heat and power unit is similar in size to a conventional wall hung boiler and can simultaneously generate up to 1kWh of electricity and 6kW of heat, offering lower carbon emissions and cost savings.

Find out more at Baxi Ecogen

Dublin based Viking House who has developed a patented PassivHaus certified foundation system, which is made from structural expanded polystyrene and delivers U-values down to 0.08W/m2K and eliminates the critical wall-floor cold bridge.

Find out more at Passivhaus Foundations

Natural Building Technologies' Pavawall woodfibre insulation board is manufactured from wood waste and the company claims the material locks up more carbon than is used throughout its manufacture and delivery to site. The insulation board is designed to be used with a rendered finish on retrofit or new build masonry applications. Crucially it offers a thermal conductivity performance (K-value) of just 0.040 W/mK and is vapour permeable and hygroscopic to make it breathable.

Find out more at Natural Building Technologies

You can still register for the Sustainability Now event on 12-13 May. Check out the Latest Sustainability Now programme for the speakers and events.

Anybody who attends Sustainability Now receives a 20% discount off all food and drink orders from the Virtual Farmers Market. The market hosts 50 of the greenest producers on its site.