Tyseley Energy Park as part of the Webster and Horsfall Group Wins King’s Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development Birmingham, UK 

Tyseley Energy Park (TEP) has been honoured with a King’s Award for Enterprise in the category of Sustainable Development. This prestigious award recognises TEP’s leadership and dedication to advancing sustainable power, transport, heat, waste, and recycling solutions. Webster and Horsfall, celebrating its 300-year anniversary, is one of the oldest surviving manufacturing companies in the Midlands. TEP, born out of Webster and Horsfall’s legacy, is a leading green technology hub collaborating with academic institutions, industrial partners, and local authorities to drive clean growth and foster green innovation.

David Horsfall, W&H Group’s Head of Property and Sustainability, expressed his gratitude for this award, emphasising the collaborative efforts with inspirational partners to deliver low carbon solutions for a greener, cleaner Birmingham.

Robert Horsfall, W&H Group’s Head of Finance and Strategic Projects, highlighted TEP’s role in driving Birmingham’s Green Innovation Quarter, aiming to create an exemplary sustainable working and living environment for the community.

You can find more information about Tyseley Energy Park’s sustainable initiatives and collaborations at https://www.tyseleyenergy.co.uk/