A Scottish renewable energy project has been shortlisted for a UK national award from a total of 124 entries from 29 countries.
Bright Green Hydrogen has been selected as one of the finalists in the Energy Institute’s community initiative award for its Levenmouth Community Energy Project.
Malcolm Brinded, President of the Energy Institute and Head Judge for the Energy Excellence Award commented: “The EI Awards is a prestigious competition within the energy sector, which attracts high-calibre entries from around the globe, and demonstrates the vast amount of innovation and progress being made to shape the safe, reliable, affordable and sustainable energy system the world needs – so congratulations to all those who have been shortlisted.”
The overall winners will be announced in London in November 2017.
The Energy Institute is the professional body for the energy industry, developing and sharing knowledge, skills and good practice towards a safe, secure and sustainable energy system. It supports approximately 23,000 individuals working in or studying energy and 250 companies worldwide.
Meanwhile, the Scottish Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Association is to hold its next – and ninth – annual conference next month in Glasgow.
Nigel Holmes, SHFCA Chief Executive, said: “This will showcase the pivotal role for hydrogen and fuel cell technologies in delivering low carbon integrated power, heat, and mobility as part of low carbon energy systems.”
For more information: http://www.shfca.org.uk/2017-annual-conference/
12 Sept 2017