Tidal triumphs at Scots gongs
Atlantis’ MeygGen project among winners with Wood and SP Energy Networks
Wood, Atlantis Resources and SP Energy Networks were among the winners at the 2017 Scottish Green Energy Awards, announced at an event in Edinburgh last night.
Atlantis Resources MeyGen tidal array bagged the outstanding project award, while consultancy Wood won the outstanding service prize.
The sustainable development award went to SP Energy Networks Future Intelligent Transmission Network Substation.
Other winners were the 500kW Ben Mor hydro project and the Levenmouth community energy project.
A total of 11 categories were up for awards.
Scottish Renewables chief executive Claire Mack said: “This year’s Scottish Green Energy Award winners are helping Scotland change the way it thinks about energy – something that’s going to be increasingly important in future.
“They’re creating the organisations, projects and mindsets that we’ll need to tackle climate change, while continuing to power Scotland’s economy.”