|The Energy Academy at Heriot-Watt University is working in partnership with Scottish Energy News to celebrate achievement by individuals or companies that have been working on energy or energy-related research for less than 10-years.
When you look back on what you’ve done or look forward to what you are going to do, how has this or how might this shape the direction of future research or R&D in the energy sector in Scotland?
If you can convince our panel of judges of the impact or potential impact of your work, or you know someone that you think is worthy of consideration, you/they could win an award of £500. But we need to hear from you!
The awards will be presented at a ceremony hosted by the Green Investment Bank in Edinburgh on Thursday 14th May by the Minister for Business, Energy and Tourism, Fergus Ewing, MSP.
Prizes will be awarded to one individual or company in each of the following categories:
The competition is open to any company or individual undertaking pure or applied research and/or research and development at a Scottish university, HEI or company (irrespective of size). There’s no age limit, but you need to have been working on energy or energy-related research for less than 10-years.
How to apply
Send us your CV and a good story about yourself and what you’ve done or what you are about to do – it’s as simple as that. E-mail your application to:
As well as the above, we would like to see:
Our panel will be looking for:
The deadline for applications has been rescheduled to: Tuesday 17 March 2015.
Dr. Patrick McCarthy
Tel: 0131 451 3881
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