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Shell Springboard Regional Finalist

A great day was had by all at this year’s Shell Springboard Awards hosted in Edinburgh. With over 130 entrants, Logic Energy were delighted to be one of eight finalists at this prestigious event.

The Scottish Government’s Environment and Climate Change Minister Stewart Stevenson said: “The Shell Springboard awards greatly encourage SME’s to be creative and seize the market opportunities presented by a low-carbon economy. I’m very impressed by the innovation shown through the low-carbon products and services entered for these awards; a wonderful showcase of technology and talent which I’m sure the judges had a difficult job choosing between.

“Scotland, of course, has a well-known heritage of innovation in new technologies and this tradition will be vital to making the transition to the low-carbon Scotland of the future.”

Angus Gillespie, Shell Vice President for CO2 Strategy: “Through Springboard, Shell aims to encourage others to innovate as well, helping to support the transition to a lower carbon economy and seizing this new market opportunity. It’s our belief that the innovative services and technologies that small businesses provide can make an important contribution to reducing the UK’s carbon emissions

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