Final candidates announced for Scottish Green Energy awards

renewables generalThe following people and organisations are final candidates for this year’s Scottish Green Energy Awards. Winners will be announced next month.

 

Best Community Project

Harlaw community hydro scheme

Callendar community hydro scheme

Beinn Ghrideag wind farm

Garmony community hydro scheme

Balgair Castle Holiday Park biomass district heating system

 

Best Innovation

Accelerating Renewables Connections by SP Energy Networks, Community Energy Scotland, Smarter Grid Solutions and Strathclyde University

Wave Energy Scotland

Bird monitoring model by Atmos Consulting

Dulas Live by Dulas Ltd and Visual Wind

 

Best Supplier

Green Marine

ILI (Renewable Energy)

Urban Wind

Leask Marine

 

Business Growth

Wind Prospect Operations

Neo Environmental

Energised Environments

Locogen

 

Renewables champion

Professor Martin Tangney; Director, Biofuel Research Centre, Edinburgh Napier University and Founder, Celtic Renewables

John Cridland CBE; Director-General, Confederation of British Industry

Richard Howard; Head of Environment & Energy, Policy Exchange

Dr Heather Reid OBE

Lord Wallace of Tankerness

 

Skills

Energy Skills Partnership

Diane Hill, Skills Development Scotland

Falck Safety Services

National Skills Academy for Power

 

Engineering Excellence 

Visual Wind

SP Energy Networks

Atkins and Burntisland Fabrication

Green Highland Renewables

 

Exports

Aquatera

Sgurr Energy

European Marine Energy Centre

 

Renewing Scotland 

Scottish Water

Ignis Wick Ltd

Mackie’s of Scotland solar PV by Absolute Solar and Wind

Abbey Heat

 

Rising Star

Jenny Kirkpatrick, Natural Power

Irina Cortizo, Atkins

Andy Kay, ORE Catapult

Jennifer Ramsay, Local Energy Scotland

Sandy Robinson, Scene Consulting

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