Our people get ‘tough’ for local charities

Our people get ‘tough’ for local charities

Congratulations to the Energy Assets teams who went the extra mile to raise money for local charities in June – and raised a total of more than £3,000.

Seven staff from our Livingston office took on the full Tough Mudder challenge, an endurance event involving a 12-mile obstacle course testing mental and physical strength.

They raised £1,775 for Maggies Centre, which provides support to cancer patients at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh.

On the same day and in miserable weather, 11 staff from both our Alva and Livingston offices took part in the West Lothian Youth Foundation (WLYF) 24:12 Walk with the Foundation, completing a 24 mile walk along the West Highland Way in 12 hours or less. They raised £1,339 for the Foundation, which encourages access to healthy sporting activity within the community.

Congratulations to all those who gave their time and effort in raising such significant amounts for these charities who provide care, help and support in the local community.

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An Apprenticeship Can Launch Your Career

Apprenticeships are a fantastic way to launch your professional career and can have a lasting impact on your professional life.

Jayson Whitaker, Managing Director of Energy Assets Networks, Pipelines and Fibre for the Energy Assets Group began his professional career as an Apprentice.

We’ve invited Jayson to discuss his experiences and show how becoming an Apprentice can have long-standing positive impacts to your career.


Energy Assets Partners with Womens Utilities Network

Energy Assets is excited to announce that is has become a formal sponsor of the Womens Utilities Network (WUN), an organisation dedicated to encouraging greater industry diversity and better careers progression for women in the utilities sector.

Our partnership will bring a broader industry perspective, extend business and personal networks, provide inspiration for future career paths and enhance the existing supportive environment at Energy Assets.

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