Green Solutions Awards 2019: applications extended until June 17

June 17, last deadline. You get an additional week to publish your building, district or infrastructure case study. Use it well and take your chance in this contest: all participants are sure to win visibility!

A collective adventure

Our team stands on your side, ready to help you for the final straight to allow you to finish on time. Don't miss the opportunity for exceptional visibility, nationally and internationally!

Why should you take part?

The Green Solutions Awards are an outstanding opportunity to benefit from a worldwide visibility. Once published on a platform, a building, district or infrastructure case study is then translated into Chinese, Spanish, French…

A brochure will present the winners and the international Grand Prizes will each be offered a video, disseminated through the web and social media. The 2018 edition generated 4.1 million views worldwide.

Discover the 2018 winners on videos... why won't you be next?

There is only one way to find out: join the 2019 candidates by June 17th!

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