ScotGrad Employer Wins £1.2M Grant Funding

Aberdeen based ECOG has been awarded a £1.2million grant.

Published: 10/12/2015

East Coast Oil and Gas Engineering (ECOG) has won a £1.2million Scottish Government grant to develop an innovative subsea power generation system. The research and development grant was awarded to the company by one of ScotGrad's main operational partners, Scottish Enterprise.

Chief executive of Scottish Enterprise, Dr Lena Wilson, said:

“Investing in higher levels of innovation is fundamentally important to growing Scotland’s economy, contributing to business growth through improved productivity and increased global competitiveness."

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ECOG took on James Burgess as a ScotGrad Associate in July 2015. He recently attended the last Residential Training Course of 2015, with 21 other ScotGrad Associates from across Scotland. Take a look at the group photo.