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CHAP Projects Up for Green Energy Awards

Monday, October 28th, 2019

Projects that CHAP Group were involved in have been nominated in the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2019.

Canna Renewable Energy and Electrification Limited for The CREE Project, Isle of Canna and Beatrice Offshore Windfarm have been nominated for the Best Community Project Award and Best Engagement Award respectively.

Last year, Fair Isle Electricity Company for the Fair Isle Low Carbon Energy Scheme took home both the Best Community Project Award and the Judges Award at the 2018 Scottish Green Awards.  CHAP were heavily involved in the Fair Isle project designing and building the low carbon electricity storage and generation system.

Isle Of Canna

CHAP were contracted by SSE, who have been nominated for the Best Community Project Award, to carry out the civils aspects of their off-grid renewable energy scheme on the Isle of Canna in 2018.  CHAP’s works included the excavation and formation of wind turbine and solar panel bases, laying 400m of cable to link the solar panels to the grid and involvement in the erection of the 6 wind turbines.

Beatrice Offshore Windfarm

Construction of both the main control building and principal SVC process building for Beatrice Offshore Windfarm was carried out by CHAP as subcontractor to RJ McLeod who have been nominated for the Best Engagement Award.  This major project comprised the construction of 2 steel framed, metal clad, highly serviced buildings with deep raised flooring systems, electromagnetic shielding, enhanced fire protection and blast proof features.  CHAP also carried out all excavations, earthworks, drainage and ducting.


The Scottish Green Energy Awards 2019 take place on 5th December 2019 and CHAP would like to wish all nominees the very best of luck!