Senior manager, Lisa Robertson has worked for BT for 28 years and was involved in the recent multi-million-pound Scottish Power contract win for the business, which is helping to support Scotland’s green growth agenda. 

Lisa explained: “Recently, I worked closely with the team to win a significant contract with Scottish Power that will allow us to deliver a strategic partnership with them to connect Scotland’s renewable growth. Essentially, as the leading provider of critical national services at BT, we’ll be using our expertise to provide a wide range of connectivity solutions to ScottishPower, by helping them to securely connect to hard to reach rural green energy sites. 

“Helping to power Scotland’s green growth is essential for the future and I’m proud to be helping in a small way to make this happen. We’ll be future-proofing their IT network, which will help them to increase their capacity to provide clean, green energy to help facilitate the UK’s progress to get to net zero. 

Lisa, who works in BT’s newly refurbished Glasgow office, continued: “In fact, BT Group buys 100% of its energy from renewable resources including Scottish wind farms. It also plans to accelerate responsible, inclusive and sustainable growth over the next decade as part of its Manifesto to achieve net zero carbon emissions from its operations by 2030. 

“We are all trying to do our best whether at work or at home to help to make a difference to the environment and help to save our planet so I’m really proud to be a part of delivering such an important contract for Scotland.”