Community Windpower is latest new member to join all-sector Scottish Energy Association

“This has been a fantastic year for new membership at the Scottish Energy Association”, Chief Executive Hector Grant said yesterday as another new member signed the all-sector industry body.

Community Windpower Ltd is Scotland’s leading independent community focused wind energy developer and operator.  

Formed in 2001 it is dedicated to providing tangible economic, educational and environmental benefits to local host communities and their economies.

A spokesman for CWL added: “Specialising in the development, construction and operation of onshore wind farms, we believe in an open and transparent approach with all stakeholders during the various stages of planning and development.

“We are committed to working with Scotland to increase renewable energy development and deployment, to tackle climate change and boost the Scottish economy.”

“So we’re delighted to join the Scottish Energy Association along with many other power and energy professionals and companies in Scotland”.

The East Kilbride-based Scottish Energy Association is committed to strengthening commercial relationships, providing knowledge sharing and networking opportunities throughout the year. 

Its annual conference, the Energy Scotland Conference (formerly Power Scotland) is due to be held in Glasgow on 23 February 2017. For more information:

http://www.scottishenergynews.com/event/energy-scotland-conference-2017-early-bird-rate-offer/

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