CEnv Employer Champion | Locogen
Chartership and professional development is key to developing and recognising the skills and experience of our staff. Locogen are committed to working with our team to help them achieve their full potential, and as such we are very pleased to celebrate being one of the first organisations in the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) Employer Champion scheme.David Linsley-Hood CEnv
Locogen Ltd, Consultancy Director
Locogen Ltd – An Overview
The Locogen Group is an award-winning expert in facilitating the development, construction, and operation of renewable energy systems.
Our vision is to see the world powered 100% by distributed renewable and low carbon energy; where everyone has access to affordable, sustainable energy and clean air. We work to realise that vision by delivering renewable and low carbon solutions that work for our partners and clients in the UK and internationally.
The Society was delighted to be invited to Locogen’s joint 10 year anniversary and new office opening celebration in Edinburgh on the 24th September 2019. To add to the speeches from Locogen CEO Andrew Lyle and Deidre Brock, MP for Edinburgh North and Leith (and SNP Shadow Spokesperson for Environment and Rural Affairs), our Engagement Manager, Phil Underwood, was given the opportunity to present the CEnv Employer Champion certificate to Andrew.
To find out more about the event, please click here.
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