Energy trade body Scottish Renewables has announced the election of four top green energy bosses to its board.
Adam Morrison, project director of EDP Renewables giant Moray West Offshore Wind Farm, Kate Turner of Scottish Power Renewables, Mike Hay of new firm RIDG Offshore and Clare Lavelle, the head of energy consultancy Arup, have all joined the Scottish Renewables board.
Twenty eligible candidates entered the ballot, with 65% of members voting.
The election also included a greater focus on gender diversity.
Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, said: “Scottish Renewables Board helps set the priorities for our industry and I’m delighted to welcome some new faces to sit alongside our current directors.
“In March we’ll be co-opting up to seven more directors to ensure that the Board represents the wide range of renewable energy technologies we represent.
“COP26’s arrival in Glasgow in November, continued political uncertainty at Westminster and the progress of Scotland’s fourth National Planning Framework, among much else, all mean there has never been a more crucial time to come together and speak with one voice as an industry at the heart of net zero.”