DONG Energy giant joins Scottish Energy Association

Hector Grant
Hector Grant

DONG Energy – the UK’s largest offshore wind generator and a major electricity and gas supplier to UK businesses – has become the latest power business to join the Scottish Energy Association.

DONG Energy recently demonstrated its commitment to supporting business’ green objectives, with the announcement that it will provide green electricity to businesses for the same price as ‘brown’ energy, by absorbing the associated premium. In this way it is enabling businesses to operate sustainably without commercial disadvantage.

The Scottish Energy Association represents a number of the industry’s leading players, assisting all members in offering them an informed voice across the industry on energy matters to legislators, regulators, decision makers and the media.

Hector Grant, Chief Executive, Scottish Energy Association, said; “Among our services, we organise networking events, conferences and supply customised and valuable market intelligence information for all our members.

“Our plan is to reach more energy professionals who will benefit from these and deliver new services to be introduced by the Scottish Energy Association.”

Meanwhile, Scottish Energy News and the Scottish Energy Association are working together in partnership to hold the 2016 UK Shale Energy conference in Glasgow later this year.

After the highly successful first event in 2015, there has been considerable support in holding a second event in 2016 to take stock of the consultation that the Scottish Government instigated during the moratorium.

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