The company, headquartered in Greenock, has been set up by experienced industry players Alan Baker, Steve Cowie and Alasdair MacLeod. Between them, they have over 40 years combined expertise in the competitive renewables sector and boast a highly successful track record of delivering windfarms across the UK.
Commenting on the launch, Alan Baker said:
"2020 Renewables is delighted to announce that we are formally launching at this week's Scottish Renewables Forum conference.
"The Scottish, UK and EU administrations have set incredibly ambitious targets for the generation of renewable energy by 2020 and we plan to play a significant role in delivering those goals.
"We are currently developing proposals for both windfarm and small scale hydro and are willing and able to Joint Venture with like-minded organisations to achieve development objectives.
"2020 Renewables looks forward to playing a positive role in the highly competitive Scottish renewables sector."
Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism Jim Mather commented: "Scotland's vibrant renewable energy sector goes from strength to strength - creating jobs, reducing emissions and making a significant contribution to sustainable economic growth.
"I welcome the launch of 2020 Renewables and wish the company every future success. "
Duncan McNeill MSP, constituency member for Greenock and Inverclyde said: "Inverclyde is well placed to benefit from the emerging and exciting renewable industry and the launch of 2020 Renewables at Clyde View this week underlines that.
"I look forward to working with the company and hope they have a long and successful future here."
Bill Nicol ,CEO of Riverside Inverclyde added: "Riverside Inverclyde is keen to attract the renewable energy sector to Inverclyde and to create a renewables hub at our new office accommodation in Pottery Street. We are delighted to welcome 20/20 Renewables to Clyde View, they are a progressive company operating in an exciting business environment and we wish them every success."
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