Snell Bridge financial advisors join the Scottish Energy Association

SEA logo smallWith just seven days to go before its flagship annual Power Scotland Conference, the Scottish Energy Association has welcomed another new corporate member.

Corporate financial advisors, Snell Bridge, who are based in Edinburgh, provide consultancy services to both public and private sector organisations in the UK and beyond.

Hector Grant, Chief Executive, Scottish Energy Association, said: “In terms of the energy industry, Snell Bridge are highly knowledgeable in the areas of onshore and offshore wind, biomass, solar and hydro and offer their clients consultancy services in the financing and structuring of renewable energy projects- and we’re delighted to welcome them on board.”

Simon Robinson, Managing Director, Snell Bridge, said: “With both UK and Scottish energy policy in a state of flux, the industry faces a period of significant change and opportunity.  We look forward to working with Scottish Energy Association members to finance the infrastructure that will meet our energy needs over the coming decades.”

Hector Grant
Hector Grant

Grant added: “The Scottish Energy Association is dedicated to ensuring the best possible opportunities for businesses operating within the energy sector.

We offer an informed voice across the industry, working closely and advising leading players on all relevant energy matters. In being as transparent as possible, we ensure that the consumer is fully informed, in terms of industry trends and insights.”

See alsoPower Scotland Conference; 10 March 2016, Glasgow


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