Network Benefits

NSBA Energy Award

The Energy Award for 2014, went to Bibby Offshore. 

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Policy & Lobbying

AGCC acts as the voice of business for around 1,200 members, lobbying on issues which impact on them. Policy is developed in conjunction with our policy council, an elected group of 27 members representing all sizes and sectors of our membership. Information gathered from the wider membership on an ongoing basis is also fed into policy formation.

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International Trade & Export Documentation

Our international trade team provide advice on worldwide export documentation requirements and trade regulations. Members of AGCC also receive 50% discount on European certificate of origin costs.

We're sure you'll agree that with these types of benefits for your sector, there has never been a better time to join the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce and become part of the ultimate business network. Non-members please click here.

Additional Benefits and Services

Please get in touch with Liam Smyth, Membership Director, if you feel there are any additional benefits and services the Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce could offer your sector.


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Library of information

AGCC Renewable Energy Sector Survey

The report has identified and brought to the fore the scale, profile and state of the renewable energy industry in North-east Scotland, as well as providing an assessment of the issues, concerns and priorities of businesses operating within the sector. A significant number of companies expect to increase activity, investment and profitability within the next one to three years. In addition, these companies have indicated that they will require skills and knowledge that can be filled locally. Future investment in overall infrastructure is important, but a number of priority areas have been identified, notably, the need to continuously work toward improving the local transport network, sustained effort at creating new links into the city via air and land, and the need to engage local communities.

It is also evident that as the renewable energy sector continues to expand, the industry may soon experience skills shortages in key areas of the workforce. Relevant skilled and experienced personnel will also be in demand from the oil and gas sector. This is anticipated to create staff shortages in the renewable energy sector at a time when the industry needs its full resource base to grow.

Finally, it is important to draw attention to the limitations of this study. Given that only 29% of business contacted responded to this research, and only 61% of responses were fully utilised, the findings herein may be limited in generalisation and should therefore be interpreted with a level of caution. Nevertheless, the message is clear. Renewable energy is the future; and building upon its oil and gas heritage, those who responded feel that Aberdeen City and Shire is well placed to deliver this future, for the local population, for Scotland , the UK and indeed the rest of Europe.

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To find out how to sponsor the 2013 survey, contact Emma Moulden.


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Get involved

If you would like to be part of the Energy Network, please contact Liam Smyth, Membership Director, on 01224 343920 or email for more information.

As a member of the Chamber, you can also get involved by sending information on Energy related news and events to for inclusion on our Energy Network page and monthly Energy updates.