A cutting-edge technology that is revolutionising the maintenance of wind turbine blades has scooped a top prize at last night's (November 30) Scottish Green Energy Awards.
Geo-Structural, whose SQYFlex blade access platform allows turbine technicians to carry out blade maintenance in adverse weather conditions, was proud winner of the Best Innovation Award for new technology products.
Scottish Renewables’ flagship event returned to the EICC in Edinburgh where more than 1,250 guests celebrated Scotland’s renewable energy industry and applauded the 15 award winners who were recognised for their achievements over the past year.
The winners were selected by a panel of 15 judges from a shortlist of 51 finalists.
Among the winners were:
The Rt. Hon. The Lord Deben, Chair of the Climate Change Committee 2012-2023, gave a keynote address where he highlighted how Scotland’s renewable energy industry is playing a major role in helping the UK reach it’s net-zero targets.
Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, said:
“This year’s Scottish Green Energy Awards are the perfect way to round off another year of success for Scotland’s renewable energy industry.
“For more than 20 years now we have been celebrating the amazing people who are driving our industry forward, maintaining our position as a global leader of clean power, and that has again been reflected in the exceedingly high standard of all those nominated for awards.
“I’m always so inspired by the abundance of innovation, creativity, skill, dedication and commitment of those working in our industry which made it extremely difficult to choose the 15 brilliant award winners this year.
“Each category is incredibly competitive so I’d like to congratulate all those who were shortlisted as well as those who took home awards.”
Matthieu Hue, Chief Executive of ED Renewables, said:
“What an inspiring set of winners we have for this year’s Scottish Green Energy Awards.
“It fills me with hope and optimism for the future of the renewables industry in Scotland.
“Congratulations to everyone who entered and to those who took home an award this time.”
The full list of winners is as follows:
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