Orkney firms Green Marine (UK) and Leask Marine shared the honour for best supplier at the Scottish Green Energy Awards.
And an image of wind turbine blades poised for action at the Port of Inverness bagged Highland Council principal engineer Eddie Boyd the best photography award.
A total of 21 of Scotland’s best green-oriented organisations, projects and people were toasted, with the UK’s largest community-owned wind farm – the three-turbine Beinn Ghrideag development on Lewis – named best community project.
Scottish Water’s efforts to cut its £45million annual energy bill by using renewable-energy saw it scoop the renewing Scotland award.
Former CBI director-general John Cridland was named “champion” of renewables for highlighting the adverse impact to investment in the sector from UK Government policy.
Other winners at last night’s award ceremony included Aberdeen-based renewables expert Allan MacAskill – honoured for his outstanding contribution to the industry – and Highlands and Islands Enterprise, which won the judges’ award.
Wood Group subsidiary SgurrEnergy came away with the export award.
The competition was organised by industry body Scottish Renewables, whose chief executive, Niall Stuart, said: “In the week world leaders meet in Paris to tackle climate change there is much to celebrate here in Scotland.
“From small scale community developments to our cutting-edge technologies and the individuals who champion the sector, the Scottish Green Energy Awards is all about recognising the people and organisations that are driving forward our industry.”