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EPP Finals Great Success!

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Environmental Placement Programme Final 2018

Our sister company Bright Green Business held the final of their Environmental Placement Programme last week at the Scottish Parliament. The programme places students and graduates into real businesses. Their aim is to improve resource efficiency and environmental management practises. The finalists were:

Aoife Hutton from the 2050 Climate Group
Chiara Aquino from Edinburgh University
Erin Wood from The Scottish Government
Constanza Moreno-Sanchez Ornelas  from North Edinburgh Arts
Clément McGeown who works at University of Strathclyde in conjunction with Cycling Scotland

Congratulations to the winner Chiara Aquino who impressed the judges with her presentation about all her achievements with the University of Edinburgh.

To take part in the Environmental Placement Programme next year, get in touch with Bright Green Business.

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STEAM Progression Pathway

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What is the STEAM Progression Pathway?

The Education team have been busy writing and delivering our new STEAM Progression Pathway. These workshops have been written with the Curriculum for Excellence in mind. The idea is that all pupils within a school are able to take part in a different workshop which builds their STEAM knowledge year after year. The progression pathway is ideal for showing how attainment has been raised within the school.  BGH staff deliver these workshops for you, providing all necessary equipment and worksheets. The package also supports primary teachers through what can be a minefield of different scientific information.

Topics covered include Wind power, Hydro power, hydrogen fuel cells and more. Teachers can download the booklet from our Education Page here:

Please get in touch to find out how this can be implemented within your school!

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Success at SRGEA 2017!

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Last night at SRGEA17, the team were delighted last night to pick up an award for the Levenmouth Community Energy Project, along with project partners Fife Council and Toshiba. The Scottish Renewables Green Energy Awards are an annual event which proves to recognise and celebrate the determination and innovation – and the people, organisations and communities – that have ensured the continued success of Scotland’s renewable energy sector during challenging times.


The Levenmouth Community Energy Project was successful in the Carbon Reduction category.




All the hard work and determination from the team was also recognised by Ruth Davidson MSP in her keynote speech!


Bright Green Hydrogen joint CEO Keith Barbour said: ” We were delighted to not only be recognised and nominated for these prestigious awards, but to come away with the Carbon Reduction Award, is a testament to the hard work and dedication of BGH staff and the other LCEP partners.”

For details of the other category winners, click here.

If you are looking to find out more about the project, please book a tour by phoning 01333 439321 or emailing