Awards Categories

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Best On-shore Renewable Energy Project


We are looking for an outstanding project (whether that be wind, hydro, solar or renewable heat) that has contributed the most towards the development of the region's renewable energy sector. The winner will have demonstrated the most benefit to the sector – be it economic, environmental or social – and in doing so will have showcased the Highlands and Islands as being a world capital for the development of renewables. Scale is not the crucial factor, rather the relative ambition, success and impact of the project.


Guidelines
  • Project must have been completed within the last 24 months
  • Please provide evidence which shows why this project is deserving of such recognition.
  • Please provide details of key stats where available, including areas such as job creation, energy production and capacity.

Sponsored by

Everard

Best Off-shore Renewable Energy Project


We are looking for an outstanding project that has contributed the most towards the development of the region's off-shore renewable energy sector. You could be involved in offshore wind, wave, tidal or marine research for renewables. The winner will have demonstrated the most benefit to the sector – be it economic, environmental or social – and in doing so will have showcased the Highlands and Islands as being a world capital for the development of renewables. Scale is not the crucial factor, rather the relative ambition, success and impact of the project.


Guidelines
  • Project must have been completed within the last 24 month.
  • Please provide evidence which shows why this project is deserving of such recognition.
  • Please provide details of key stats where available, including areas such as job creation, energy production and capacity.

Sponsored by

Aspect

Best Community Energy Project


We are looking for the best renewable energy project led by a community group or organisation in the Highlands and Islands, which has led the way in this area. The successful project will have made a significant contribution to the local economy, spreading confidence and practical results though the entire community.


Guidelines
  • Project must have been completed or reached financial close within the last 24 months.
  • Detail how the project has empowered the community in question, and how it has overcome any barriers it has faced.
  • Provide any key information, e.g. energy statistics, employment, economic impact etc.

Sponsored by

Atmos

Best Supply Chain/Service company


We are looking for the company which has provided the most outstanding services or support to businesses and organisations in the renewables& marine renewables sector. Eligibility is not limited to any particular supplies/services, so nominees could come from anywhere in the chain - from engineering, technical and hardware to services such as legal and financial. Wherever you sit within the supply chain, we are looking for excellence and a contribution to outstanding results in the sector.


Guidelines
  • Please supply evidence from the last two years which shows why you should be considered for this award.
  • Entries should show how the services or operation has made an significant contribution to the projects it has supported.
  • Case studies and/or testimonials will assist the judges, along with other key information evidencing a contribution to the overall Highlands and Islands renewables sector.

Sponsored by

Port of Cromarty Firth

Best Public Sector Collaboration


We are looking for public sector projects which showcase collaboration and best practice in energy project delivery between the public, commercial and third sector.


Guidelines
  • Project must have been carried out or reached financial close within the last 24 months.
  • Project should showcase collaboration between the public sector, commercial sector and or third sector in delivering a project which will have renewables and energy efficiency at its core.
  • Please demonstrate how you have collaborated and what each party brought to the project, as well as the positive outcomes of the project.

Sponsored by

Fred Olsen

Most Promising Individual


We are looking for the most outstanding individual within the first five years of their career in the Highlands and Islands renewable energy sector. Nominations will be expected to show the level of success and impact already achieved, and the potential for the person to become a future leader in the sector. We are seeking innovative young thinkers with the ability to drive the sector in years to come.


Guidelines
  • There is no age limit, but the nominee must be in the formative stages of their renewables career.
  • Must demonstrate significant contribution and dedication to the sector.
  • Please detail individual contribution, not only the wider projects they have been involved in

Sponsored by

Brook Street
Man Power

Best Smart Energy/Carbon Reduction Project


We are looking for the most impressive smart energy/carbon reduction project that has enhanced the development of this area of the Highlands and Islands renewables sector. The winner will have shown outstanding work to ensure the sustainable delivery of the project to enhance its long-term benefits. We are looking for evidence of the use or development of innovations – in designs, technologies etc – which have the potential to set new standards.


Guidelines
  • Project must have been completed or reached financial close within the last 24 months.
  • Please highlight evidence of how this project has been a step forward for the Highlands and Islands sector, relative to previous best practice.
  • Please show how the project or initiative has contributed to sustainable development.

Sponsored by

Nevis

Best Marine Operator Supporting or Supplying Off-shore Renewables


We are looking for the best marine operator supporting or supplying any form of off-shore renewables, be that wind, wave, tidal or cable based projects. This award covers the full range of services and supplies provided to the marine sector, from vessel related services to installation, and from surveying to diving.


Guidelines
  • Please supply evidence from the last two years which shows why you should be considered for this award.
  • Entries should show how the services or operation has made an significant contribution to the projects it has supported.
  • Case studies and/or testimonials will assist the judges, along with other key information evidencing a contribution to the overall Highlands and Islands renewables sector.

Sponsored by

Robert Gordon

Outstanding Achievement Award (chosen by the judges)


We are looking for the individual, team or organisation that has made the most remarkable contribution to the development of the Highlands and Islands renewables industry. It almost goes without saying that nominees should be dedicated to the advancement of renewables and have made a huge contribution to the sector, driving it forwards in the Highlands and Islands.


Guidelines
  • Please provide evidence of the nominee's contribution to the sector (including but not limited to activity over the past two years), including anything which makes clear why this nominee is worthy of the top award. An ambassadorial element, enthusiasm and positive results, not simply the scale and economic impact of the contribution, will be important.

Sponsored by

Harper Macleod

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