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Ameena Camps

Ameena Camps is a project and research professional with a PhD in carbon capture and storage, and over 15 years’ experience in energy, climate change mitigation and local development working across a variety of sectors such as government, community, and academia, both locally and internationally. One of Ameena’s recent accomplishments includes the delivery of Uist Wind: a challenging, community-owned wind farm which aims to generate over £2 million in community benefit over the lifetime of the project and was presented with the Best Engagement Award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards in 2020. Ameena is a Research Analyst at Zero Waste Scotland, Manager of UistWind, a voluntary Director of Community Energy Scotland and volunteers as a member of the Scottish Islands Federation Island Decarbonisation Working Group. She lives and works in Uist, Outer Hebrides.