At this week’s Energy Institute Awards, the Environmental Award went to Scottish Leather Group for its low carbon leather production.
Scottish Leather Group secured the award against some stiff competition including Sindicatum Sustainable Resources for its RenewCo projects, SWRP for the Subsea Well Response project and Vital Efficienci for energy savings and ISO 50001 certification at Cancer Research UK’s research laboratory.
Lynda Armstrong OBE FEI, chair of British Safety Council and formerly of Royal Dutch Shell, chaired this year’s E Awards judging panel which included representatives from across all sectors of the energy industry.
Armstrong commented: “The EI Awards are a great opportunity to showcase and celebrate the diversity of innovation and excellence in the sector. This year was no exception; we reviewed a large number of applications across the whole spectrum of activities. All of the projects showed the effort in progress to maintain an efficient and dynamic energy industry.”
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