Cramlington’s Green Energy Mavens Steal the Show at Durham Awards

North East renewable energy specialist, SCJ Renewables, has been recognised at the North East Energy Efficiency Awards – winning ‘Large Scale Project of the Year’ for its work on the multi-million-pound Greencroft Two bottling facility.

Based in Cramlington, SCJ Renewables was founded by Sean McIntyre, Christopher Lyall, and Jordan Wilson in 2018 – utilising four decades of experience to provide specialist renewable energy solutions in the North East and further afield.

2023 proved to be a record-breaking year for SCJ Renewables, completing over 200 domestic and commercial projects, which helped them achieve an annual turnover of £2.4m.

SCJ Renewables were in attendance at the 10th annual Energy Efficiency Awards in Durham on 9th May – beating out the likes of E.On Energy Solutions and Hartlepool Borough Council to be named ‘Large Scale Project of the Year’ as well as being highly commended in the ‘PV Installer of the Year’ category.

SCJ Renewables was recognised for its work with The Lanchester Group on the Greencroft Two bottling facility in County Durham, playing a key role in providing and installing circa 6,000 Solar PV panels to the £21m project. Once up and running, Greencroft Two is expected to create over 2.9 million kilowatt hours of clean, renewable energy every year.

Sean McIntyre, Managing Director of SCJ Renewables said: “The team and I are delighted to be taking home this award, beating out industry-leading organisations to cap off a truly exceptional year for us.”

“Our success is entirely down to the work of our team, projects like Greencroft Two don’t happen without their skills and determination. I am very proud to see them recognised for their efforts and for the exceptional standard that we’ve put in place on every project we work on.”

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