AES Solar has been featured in a publication that celebrates the impact of the renewables sector in Scotland.
Published by Scottish Renewables, the group “leads and informs the debate on how the growth of renewable energy can help sustainably heat and power Scotland’s homes and businesses'”. The publication features 32 companies in Scotland moving and shaking the sector, including ScottishPower, SSE and EDF Energy.
Stated within the Industrial Impact: The Power of Scotland’s Renewables Sector, “The industrial impact of Scotland’s renewable energy sector can be felt across the whole country.”
“The sector currently employs 21,000 people, from entrepreneurs who’re designing new ways to capture energy from nature, consultants who make projects viable, lawyers who negotiate contracts, a supply chain which builds wind farms, hydro plant and solar farms and an army of highly-skilled engineers and technicians who maintain our green energy infrastructure.”
It further reminds us: “With the active backing of government, and the determination of industry, renewable energy can continue to deliver the modern industrial benefits of our commitment to tackle climate change, bring secure, affordable energy to the UK and assist in the shift to a cleaner, more sustainable energy system.”
AES Solar are the longest-established solar company in Europe, active members of the Solar Trade Association, and involved with government-funded research projects in solar technology, thus gaining substantial credibility within a fast-changing industry.
Managing Director George Goudsmit, said: “The renewables sector in Scotland is thriving and each and every solar panel we install for a customer contributes to a massive change in the way energy is being produced.
“This document sends a clear message that the renewables sector is not just about energy, it’s literally changing the world.”