Scottish Renewables Forum
Year created: 1996 No of staff: n.a.
Scottish Renewables is a cluster of key players with a common interest in the development of renewables in Scotland. There are two categories of involvement:
- Members from the renewables industry with commercial interests in Scotland. The majority of Members are manufacturers, suppliers, developers or consultants, and member company size ranges from SME to plc.
- Associates from Government and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and other parties with non-commercial interests in Scotland.
Scottish Renewables is largely funded through subscriptions from Members who receive benefits commensurate with membership of a Trade Association. The value of interaction with Associates has been proven since the inception of Scottish Renewables, and remains a vital aspect of activity. However, Scottish Renewables is independent of any political party or organisation.