Waterloo-based green energy firm Solarcentury was named business of the year at the Lambeth Business Awards last week.
Solarcentury has an array of photovoltaic panels on the roof its its Lower Marsh offices.
"This is a time to emphasise the value of local support for business success," says CEO
"The borough of Lambeth has actively encouraged many solar-power installations including those at Boatemah Walk, Roots and Shoots, Living Space and local London Fire Brigade premises.
"Its support and encouragement in the early days of Solarcentury were vital to us gaining credibility as an organisation. We hope this outreach continues for Lambeth businesses for years to come."
Southbank Mosaics, based in the 'creative crypt' at St John's Waterloo, was highly commended in the social enterprise category.
• See the full list of winners and finalists at www.lambethbusinessawards.co.uk
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