Each year, The Scottish Green Energy Awards raises thousands of pounds for charities that are helping people through the provision of renewable energy. This year, the event will once again support Renewable World and Scotland Lights Up Malawi.
Overnight stay for two people with full traditional Scottish breakfast at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh
Kindly donated by the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh
Winner: Norman Maciver, Stornoway Trust, Table 5
Meal for four people at the Doll's House, St Andrews, with two bottles of wine
Kindly donated by G1 Group
Winner: Geoff Morris, University of St Andrews, Table 3
A private tour of Dynamic Earth with Dr Hermione Cockburn, science presenter from BBC's Coast and Fossil Detectives
Kindly donated by Dynamic Earth
Winner: Maeve Fryday, Ramboll Environ, Table 52
Weekend with a BMW i3
Kindly donated by BMW Eastern
Winner: Amanda Marian, Vestas, Table 9
Two tickets for SSE Hydro or SSE Wembley up to the value of £100
Kindly donated by SSE
Winner: Darren Jameson, SP Energy Networks, Table 109
Overnight stay for two people with breakfast at a Macdonald Hotel of your choice
Kindly donated by Conference Care
Winner: Julie Coyle, Forsa Energy, Table 29
A meal for two people with a bottle of wine at Eusebi Deli, Glasgow
Kindly donated by Eusebi Deli
Winner: Rachel Lawson, WSP, Table 23
4 places in the audience for the filming of The Late Show with Ewen Cameron
Kindly donated by STV
Winner: Niall Stringer, Turcan Connell, Table 65
A pair of tickets to a Piano Sunday Concert of your choice
Kindly donated by Perth Concert Hall
Winner: Christine Worthington, CMS, Table 106
6 passes to a Science Lates event of your choice
Kindly donated by Glasgow Science Centre
Winner: John Penman, EDF Energy Renewables, Table 11
Kindly donated by Arnold Clark
Winner: Brian McKinnon, Vestas, Table 9
A family pass for Edinburgh Zoo
Kindly donated by Edinburgh Zoo
Winner: Chris Tonner, Womble Bon Dickson, Table 73
Two organic cotton printed t-shirts or vests
Kindly donated by Rapanui
Winner: Robert Bryce, Siemens Gamesa, Table 66
£50 voucher for Bill's restaurant
Kindly donated by Bill's
Winner: Caroline Gallagher, PEETS GCU, Table 99
Family Ticket for Silver Tour
Kindly donated by the Scotch Whisky Experience
Winner: Andrew Ramand, ITPEnergised, Table 75
Two Bottles of Organic Wine
Kindly donated by Vintage Roots
Winner: Keith McPhillie, ScottishPower Renewables, Table 41
A days guided walking tour in The Cairngorms with Jamie Anderson - Traveller, Adventurer and Mountain Leader
Kindly donated by Polar Toes Expeditions
Winner: Adrian Warman, Thrive Renewables, Table 28
National Trust Annual Family Membership
Kindly donated by Cathie Associates
Winner: Louise Wilson, Abundance, Table 73
Three x 90 minute business coaching sessions with Tom Phillips
Kindly donated by NLP by TLP
Winner: Mike Scott, Seagreen Wind Energy, Table 49
Three x 60 minute personal training sessions with former undefeated British & European Champion, Gary 'The Kid' Jacobs at MTK Scotland in Glasgow - Scotland's Premier Boxing Gym
Kindly donated by Gary Jacobs - Personal Trainer
Winner: Andrew Woodhouse, GE, Table 69
Two tickets to tour The Royal Yacht Britannia
Kindly donated by The Royal Yacht Britannia
A table for 12 at MTK Scotland's 'Christmas Cracker' professional boxing event on Saturday 16th December at Paisley Lagoon Centre
Kindly donated by MTK Scotland
Winner: Ros Clifford, Bidwells, Table 65
Family Pass for Special Exhibition
Kindly donated by the British Museum
Winner: Jeff Anderson, Taylor Hopkinson, Table 21
Expert Led Private Tour of Science and Technology Galleries
Kindly donated by the National Museum of Scotland
Winner: Colin Renfrew, Fine Homes, Table 103
Scotland Lights Up Malawi
The Scotland Lights up Malawi campaign is raising funds in order to address climate justice by investing in solar lights in Malawi.
Climate justice is global justice for those people vulnerable to the impacts of climate change who are usually forgotten - the poor, the disempowered and the marginalised across the world. The concept is that those who have benefited from emitting carbon and burning fossil fuels assist those whose lives are affected by the changing climate.
Money raised will help our partner SolarAid change lives across Malawi by providing access to safe, clean lights for the first time, supporting the eradication of the kerosene lamp.
By supporting such work you will help support the charities' efforts in combating climate change and by bringing light to some of the 15 million Malawians still without electricity.
If you would like to stay in touch with the project visit or get in touch with Ruth Milliken on email@example.com.
A video about the work of SolarAid can be seen below.
1.3 billion people in the world have no access to energy. Unconnected to the grid and disconnected from the world, these families struggle to break from the cycle of poverty.
Kerosene is burnt to light their homes and businesses. Dung cakes or firewood are used to bring heat to households and to cook meals each day. And women and girls must spend up to four hours each day collecting water, often in the most physically demanding environments.
Renewable World exists to change this reality by providing clean and sustainable renewable energy to communities in developing countries. This breaks the cycle of poverty and improves livelihoods, health, and education for some of the world’s poorest people.
We work with local partners in East Africa, South Asia, and Central America to tackle the root causes of poverty by providing access to community-owned renewable energy systems like solar, wind, hydro, and biogas. Our model of community engagement, sustainability, and female empowerment fulfil key criteria as set out by the United Nations, and to date, our work has transformed the lives over 30,000 people.
Renewable energy does not harm the environment, it replaces the expensive and polluting kerosene in homes and businesses, it provides safer cooking fuels, and it provides the power needed to pump water.
We are proud of the support that Scottish Renewables and the Scottish renewable energy industry gives us. For more information on how to get involved, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or sign up to our newsletter here. Thank you.