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- 2021- GreenPower is delighted to see Mikayla Parton, our GreenPower Sponsored World Cup Mountain Bike rider recognised at this years Fort William Mountain Festival 2021. Mikayla received the ‘Scottish Youth Award for Excellence in Mountain Culture’ for her dedication and determination to succeed in the challenging sport of Downhill Mountain Biking. She claimed fifth place in last year’s World Championship.
- 2020 – In 2020 GreenPower geared up again to support Mikayla and George but the covid pandemic resulted in all the World Cup races being cancelled or postponed until October 2020. Mikayla achieved an outstanding 5th place in the World Championships at Leogang in Austria which makes her the highest ranking Scottish female Downhill Mountain biker. At the following two back to back World Cup events in Slovenia she finished 9th in both races … again a fantastic achievement.
- 2016 to 2020 – Sponsor of ‘Community Initiative Award’ at RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards. This award celebrates outstanding community-based initiatives that benefit nature and reflects GreenPower’s philosphy of “thinking globally, acting locally” and commitment to sustainable communities.
- 2019 – GreenPower increases its financial support for Scottish Downhill Mountain Biking by sponsoring two elite Scottish riders, Mikayla Parton and George Gannicott to compete at the UCI Downhill Mountain Biking World Cup series.
- 2013 – Sponsor, presenter and judge (Phil Parkin) for ‘Best Journalism Award’ at Scottish Green Energy Awards
- 2002 – Sponsor of ‘Best Community Initiative Award’ at The Scottish Green Energy Awards
- 2012 to 2018 – £200 donated each year to WaterAid instead of physically purchasing and sending corporate Christmas Cards
- 2014 – Over £1,000 raised for Children in Need
- 2010 – Over £3,000 raised for WaterAid Munro Challenge
- 2010 – Over £700 raised for the Koru Foundation Mozambique Micro-Hydro Project, Ndiriri, as part of running4renewables, a project to raise over £35,000 for the Koru Foundation through Hairy Haggis relay in the Edinburgh Marathon.
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