Scottish renewables consultancy scoops green exports award

Steve McDonald, Sgurr Energy
Steve McDonald, Sgurr Energy

Glasgow-based renewable energy consultancy, Sgurr Energy has won the Export Award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards after demonstrating ‘outstanding achievement’ in growing sales in overseas markets.

In winning this award, Sgurr Energy – part of the  Wood Group oil services conglomerate –  demonstrated expertise in planning and managing a successful export strategy, expansion of overseas operations and developing its international presence.

Operating from a network of offices around the world, SgurrEnergy’s global team of over 250 engineers and consultants have extensive international experience and an impressive track record, having assessed more than 160GW of renewable energy projects in over 90 countries.

Recent project work has taken the Glasgow-based company to far flung places including Pakistan, Mongolia, Taiwan, Jordan and Korea. With a new office recently announced in Chile, bringing the company’s total number of global offices to 16, SgurrEnergy is on target to reach its strategic goal of 20 offices by 2020.

Steve McDonald, Implementation Director Sgurr Energy, commented: “We have had a huge amount of success working internationally, being involved in projects from Malawi to Mongolia, and will strive to expand our overseas presence, in line with our company objectives, to continue to deliver exciting projects around the world.”

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