The second annual Scottish Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards will celebrate the very best of the region's green energy sector on 30th April 2020.
Last year, more than 200 guests representing a cross-section of the industry's most influential figures in the north of Scotland, attended a glittering evening ceremony. The event showcased the achievements of the sector, while also recognising and rewarding the contribution that renewable energy makes to the Highland and Islands economy and the businesses at the heart of it.
Renewable energy has a long history in the Highlands, and these Awards shine a light on what is being achieved at present, and also what is possible in the future – recognising the excellence and evolution of the sector.
As well as the now almost 'traditional' onshore wind farm developments the range of Award categories reflect the diversity of the sector, the importance of the supply chain and the global influence and leadership the Highlands and Islands possess.
The awards and the Scottish Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Conference (SHREC) which precedes it, are both supported by leading Scottish law firm Harper Macleod, which founded SHREC in 2010, and Highland News & Media, publisher of the Executive and 18 newspaper titles across the Highlands and north-east Scotland.
The entry deadline is midnight on Saturday 28th March 2020
The deadline for entering the Awards is 28th March, but if you're not quite ready to submit an entry you can register your interest in entering using the form below from now until 7th March. That way, we'll remind you when you have three weeks left to get that entry in!
Ready to submit? Click here to submit your entry now.
The Awards will follow on from the 11th edition of the Scottish Highland and Islands Renewable Energy Conference (SHREC), organised by leading law firm Harper Macleod LLP, which will be held at the same venue, the Kingsmills Hotel, that afternoon.
People involved in the sector can go to either or both of these fantastic events, which together make up Renewable Energy Day 2020, a day of celebration for the region's renewables industry.