Celebrate the contributions of individuals and organisations in the renewable energy industry in Scotland
Scottish Green Energy Awards 5 December, The National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
On December 05, 2013, we will welcome members, guests and friends from around the world to the marvellous National Museum of Scotland for the twelfth annual Scottish Green Energy Awards.
The growth of the Awards has mirrored the growth of the sector and we would like to invite you to join us and 1000 guests to applaud the best in the nations renewables industry, and celebrate their remarkable achievements.
Scottish Renewables lead a wide search to reach out to those making outstanding progressions within the industry and we ask you to nominate those who deserve it most.
The principle of the evening has remained unchanged, shining a spot light on business development, growth commitment, investment, skills and the future of our workforce. The opportunity to acknowledge people and organisations involved in such pioneering projects at the centre of a growing, ambitious industry is what makes the event so worthwhile and a true Scottish celebration.
Please contact Carly Baxter to reserve your table at this year's spectacular evening.
Nominations open 5th August
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