ITPEnergised features in Scottish Renewables Supply Chain Impact Statement 2022/23

energy transition consultants

ITPEnergised is honoured to be part of this showcase of Scotland’s renewable energy industry, produced by Scottish Renewables. As we celebrate our 10th birthday this year we are proud of the achievements and progress we’ve made in this time, and we will continue to play our part in delivering the energy transition along with all the other businesses and organisations in the sector which we have the privilege of working with, so we can collectively achieve our net zero ambitions.

The Supply Chain Impact Statement gives a real insight as to how supply chain businesses are playing a vital role in delivering the major infrastructure projects that will help us achieve our net zero ambitions. Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables comments in the introduction, “Renewable energy is not only at the centre of our fight against climate change but also of our economy, with billions of pounds of investment being made in Scotland every year. Scotland has seen one of its most successful years in renewable energy generation to date. Production between 2021 and 2022 was up by almost a third. These figures show the exceptional promise of a sector which offers Scotland huge industrial and economic opportunities.”

You can view or download the Supply Chain Impact Statement here, and ITPEnergised is featured on page 13.

Innovative technical consultant collaborates on more than 600 projects to drive net zero

With involvement in more than 600 UK and international projects in the past 12 months, ITPEnergised’s strength lies in its multidisciplinary team which works across the offshore, onshore, corporate, industrial, manufacturing and property sectors. Recent Scottish projects include providing technical support to successful ScotWind bidders, acting as onshore environmental impact assessments project manager for multiple onshore and offshore wind farm developments including Orkney, Kilgallioch, Cumberhead West and Berwick Bank.

In addition to this, the company has carried out technical due diligence on numerous onshore renewables and storage project acquisitions, and advised distilleries on low-carbon heat and the energy transition. One notable project ITPEnergised has undertaken is supporting Bruichladdich Distillery. The Islay distiller aims to move away from reliance on fuel oil and hopes to introduce hydrogen combustion technology in its distilling process.

International projects include dynamic cable rating and design on Taiwan’s Formosa 2 Offshore Wind Farm; technical, health, safety, environmental and social due diligence for a Kenyan mini solar grid company, and support to the United Nations Industrial Development Organization for a first-of-its-kind climate change adaptation project in the Democratic Republic of Congo.