b'Y O U N G P E R S O N I N L P GYoung Person in LPG awardsAs part of Liquid GasYoung Person in LPG awardsUKs annual conference in Edinburgh, we were delighted to be able to present the Young Person in LPG awards to three very worthy winners.growing sector, thats venturing intofinding itself in very capable anda greener future, so we need newinspiring hands as we look to tackle The awards programme, sponsoredtalent to keep the industry thrivingthe challenge of decarbonisation by Vaillant and launched for theand bring in new ideas. and ensuring that industry reaches first time in 2021, aims to championNet Zero targets.young people aged 30 and underFrancesca Kirtley-Paine, Public throughout the industry, shiningAffairs Manager at Liquid GasDuring the awards presentation, it a spotlight on their success, andUK commented: The calibre ofwas announced that the initiative showcasing the opportunities forapplications we received this yearwould be continuing into 2023, young people within the LPG sector.was extremely high and choosingonce again with the support of Winners of the 2022 awards were: just one winner per category provedVaillant. Further details on the 2023 to be a challenging task for ourYoung Person in LPG Awards will be Outstanding Achievementjudging panel.available in the New Year. AwardLizzie German, Dimeta However, it just goes to show thatA huge congratulations to all of our the industry has a bright future,worthy winners and nominees. Rising Star AwardMax Bennett, AvantiGasApprentice of the Year AwardConnor McLean, JGasLaura Needham, Head of Training at Vaillant said Were delighted to sponsor this award as it promotes the industry to young people, who are incredibly important for its future. Its a developing andliquidgasuk.org 21'