Scottish Renewables Young Professional Green Energy Awards

May 27, 2016

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A green energy hero who’s helping fuel the world’s first hydrogen dual-fuel bin lorry is one of nine winners at a prestigious young professionals’ awards ceremony tonight (May 26).

David Hogg’s vision will see renewable electricity used to power one of the largest fleets of hydrogen vehicles in the EU – turning Fife into a world-leading energy hub.

David, along with eight other green energy newbies, is celebrating after picking up an award at the second Scottish Renewables Young Professionals Green Energy Awards.

Other winners include:

  • Motivated Inverness plumber Lachlan McInnes, who started his own green energy business after being made redundant from a previous role
  • University of Edinburgh wave energy researcher Adrian de Andres, who’s worked with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and chairs the International Network of Offshore Renewable Energy
  • Glasgow ecologist John Allsopp, who’s worked on more than 50 green energy projects in a short career
  • Determined Environmental Manager Rosie Scurr, who’s worked on two offshore wind projects and also chairs the respected Forth and Tay Commercial Fisheries Working Group.

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