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.
Moët & Chandon afternoon tea for four people at the Grand Cafe in the Scotsman Hotel, Edinburgh
Kindly donated by G1 Group
Winner: Nicholas Gubbins, Community Energy Scotland, Table 114
Four tickets for a guided walking tour of Edinburgh’s Music Scene 2019
Kindly donated by Edinburgh Music Tours
Winner: David McGowan, CMS, Table 38
Scottish rugby ball signed by this year’s Calcutta Cup winning Scotland squad
Kindly donated by Muirhall Energy Ltd
Winner: Audrey MacIver, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Table 11
Overnight stay for two people with full traditional Scottish breakfast and access to leisure facilities at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh
Kindly donated by Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa
Winner: Alan Shanks, Addelshaw Goddard, Table 60
Bottle of 16-year-old Lagavulin Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky (2 bottles)
Kindly donated by Hurley Palmer Flatt
Winner: Rob Cormie, Table 19 (Bottle 1)
Winner: Anthony Akilade, Zero Waste Scotland, Table 108 (Bottle 2)
A round of golf for four at Gleneagles Golf Course
Kindly donated by CMS
Winner: Naoki Takewaki, Moray Offshore Windfarm, Table 75
Four tickets for the Giant Lanterns of China: Myths and Legends evening
Kindly donated by RZSS Edinburgh Zoo
Winner: Kath Mitchell, Clyde Blowers. Table 99
Two tickets to Perth Theatre’s production of Gaslight
Kindly donated by Perth Theatre
Winner: Kayla Madlener, Locogen, Table 22
Two tickets to Professor Brian Cox Live, in a VIP box at the SSE Hydro
Kindly donated by SSE
Winner: Patrick Moller, Corporate Ocean, Table 21
Overnight stay for two people with breakfast at a Macdonald Hotel of your choice
Kindly donated by Conference Care
Winner: Ian Graham, EDF Renewables, Table 27
Two tickets to tour The Royal Yacht Britannia
Kindly donated by The Royal Yacht Britannia
Winner: Jerry Williamson, CLyde Windfarm, Table 82
Infinity Foods Organic Hamper
Kindly donated by Infinity Foods
Winner: Clive Meikle, Bidwells, Table 62
Arctic Thirty Book ‘Don’t Trust, Don’t Fear, Don’t Beg’
Kindly donated by Greenpeace
Winner: Ewan Watson, EDP Renewables, Table 95
ACE Adventure Morayshire activity voucher worth £50
Kindly donated by Ace Adventures
Winner: Hannah Tweddie, Turley, Table 18
Overnight stay for two people in a standard room at My Brighton
Kindly donated by My Hotels
Winner: Ryan Newall, Banks Group, Table 44
Two signed Peter James books - a hardback of Absolute Proof and a paperback of Dead If You Don’t
Kindly donated by Peter James
Winner: Nick Kincaid, WTW, Table 23
£50 voucher for Bill’s Restaurant
Kindly donated by Bill’s
Winner: Louise Davis, Innogy, Table 41
Four day visitor passes to the Glasgow Science Centre
Kindly donated by Glasgow Science Centre
Winner: Danny Hasledine, Nordex, Table 112
Bottle of Macallan Gold Scotch Whisky
Kindly donated by The Robertson Trust
Winner: Lois Legendre, 2x Measurement Services, Table 90
Family Ticket for a Scotch Whisky Experience Silver Tour
Kindly donated by The Scotch Whisky Experience
Winner: Andrew Coull. Lonburgh, Table 87
A table at Dynamic Earth Christmas Party Night 2019
Kindly donated by Dynamic Earth
Winner: Fraser, Gillies, WJM, Table 18
George Etherington watch
Kindly donated by George Etherington
Winner: Kevin Mills, ABB, Table 1
An experience gift certificate up to the value of £50
Kindly donated by Experience Days Ltd
Winner: Tim McBRide, Longspur, Table 94
Overnight stay with a castle view for two people with full traditional Scottish breakfast at the Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh
Kindly donated by Siemens Gamesa
Winner: Nicky Buck, BRS Ltd, Taable 85
Complimentary boardroom for 10 people for one day with use of WiFi, laptop and plasma screen
Kindly donated by EICC
Winner: Ian Thomas, Wind 2, Table 100
Champagne afternoon tea for two people at Champagne Central
Kindly donated by Grand Central Hotel
Winner: Fee Milligan, North Connect, Table 71
£60 voucher for Go Ape
Kindly donated by Go Ape
Winner: Cian Conroy, CS Wind, Table 85
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.