Renewable energy consultancy, SgurrEnergy, has been shortlisted in two award categories for the 10th British Renewable Energy Awards (BREA), hosted by the Renewable Energy Association.
This double recognition follows a win in the project category during last year’s awards for their work on the development of the Salkhit project, Mongolia’s first wind farm.
This year, the team has been shortlisted in the project category for its work on Beinn Ghrideag, the UK’s largest community renewable energy project, situated on the Isle of Lewis. SgurrEnergy provided technical and advisory services during the nine-year feasibility, development, and financial close stages of the project, and is now technical advisor for the duration of the construction phase.
Also named as a finalist in the company category, this award recognizes the efforts of businesses that have driven the advancement of renewable energy in the UK during the previous year.
Technical director, and joint founder of SgurrEnergy, Ian Irvine, said: “The last year has been a busy one for SgurrEnergy from tackling research and development and launching new services to delivering complex renewables projects globally. At the heart of SgurrEnergy is my belief that well planned, designed, and optimized projects will positively impact renewable energy project in today’s world, and that’s why it’s so rewarding to be recognised by industry awards for our efforts to drive this forward in the UK and beyond. We’re delighted to be shortlisted in these categories and will look forward to continuing to deliver exciting projects.”
The winners will be announced at a gala dinner, hosted by the Renewable Energy Association on June 18 at The Savoy Hotel in London.
Renewable Energy Association
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