Scottish Renewables has unveiled the shortlist for its highly anticipated Net-Zero Energy Transition Awards, generously sponsored by TotalEnergies. The awards ceremony, scheduled to take place in Aberdeen on August 24, will honor 30 outstanding individuals, companies, and projects from Scotland’s renewable energy supply chain. These finalists will be competing in eight categories, each recognizing exceptional efforts in driving the energy transition.
Among the notable contenders are Peel Ports, nominated for the ‘Sustainable Supplier’ category, acknowledging their dedication to sustainable growth and reducing carbon emissions while providing support to the communities they operate in. Ace Aquatec, based in Dundee, made it to the ‘Technology and Innovation’ category due to their collaboration with Ocean Health, using innovative acoustic devices to protect marine life during offshore construction campaigns.
The ceremony is expected to draw an impressive gathering of key players from Scotland’s energy transition sector, celebrating the achievements of the growing clean energy industry.
Emma Harrick, Head of Energy Transition and Supply Chain at Scottish Renewables, expressed delight in the overwhelming number of applications received for this year’s awards, showcasing the incredible talent and innovation driving Scotland’s clean energy future.
The shortlist for the Net-Zero Energy Transition Awards 2023 features an impressive lineup, representing the diverse supplier network contributing to Scotland’s energy transition. Harrick looks forward to celebrating their accomplishments at the upcoming event in August, highlighting the significant economic and environmental benefits offered by the energy transition projects in the country.