Beatrice Offshore Windfarm lands top award at Scottish Green Energy Awards

The Beatrice Offshore Windfarm, located approximately 13km from the Caithness coast, won the top award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards that took place on 5 December.

Balfour Beatty, Dundee City Council and ESB scooped the Carbon Reduction Award for the Caird Park Low Carbon District Energy Hub in Dundee. Pict Offshore won the Best Innovation Award for its ‘Get up Safe’ system, which provides ladder-free access to offshore wind turbines. Aberdeen City Council won the Sustainable Development Award in recognition for developing the city’s hydrogen transport economy and supply chain.

Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, said: “Once again, the Scottish Green Energy Awards showcase the truly incredible innovation, drive and passion of those working within our industry. The diverse range of projects shortlisted tonight highlights the phenomenal skillset of our industry – one which continues to push the boundaries of innovation, maintaining Scotland’s place as a world leader in renewable energy.”

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