Sarah Tullie, Senior Consultant on the Environmental Planning team won the Project Development Award at the Scottish Renewables Young Professionals Green Energy Awards on April 28th.
With a degree in Zoology and an MSc in Environmental Management, Sarah joined the ITPEnergised Graduate Training Scheme in January 2019 and is now a Senior Consultant on the Environmental Planning team. Sarah has worked on a wide range of projects including onshore wind farm EIAs and has carried out multiple technical assessments including shadow flicker, carbon calculator, telecommunications, socio-economics and tourism. The Project Development Award, which was sponsored by Fred. Olsen Renewables recognised Sarah’s outstanding work on the Bhlaraidh Wind Farm Extension in the Highlands, the Energy Isles Wind Farm on Shetland and the Clauchrie Wind Farm in South Ayrshire.
The awards honoured eight up-and-coming green energy stars across a range of categories including Engineering, Professional Service and Personal Improvement and were held at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow.
Jonny Clark, Managing Director of ITPEnergised commented, “We’re all delighted to see Sarah deservedly win this prestigious Scottish Renewables award. Sarah has flourished since completing our Graduate Programme and she should be proud of the recognition from her colleagues, peers and clients across the industry.”
Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, commented “It’s truly incredible to see the talent pool we have here in Scotland. The Young Professionals Green Energy Awards once again highlight the level of skill, innovation, and ambition of those who will be driving the future of our renewable energy sector and the energy transition. This level of passion and dedication is exactly what we need as we continue to work towards achieving our net-zero target. Congratulations to all the winners, you should be extremely proud of your achievements.”