Kim Craw

Locogen Helps Bring Green, Low-Cost Power To 112 City Of Edinburgh Council Homes

Despite the impact of Covid restrictions over the summer, we’re delighted to be nearing completion of an innovative project with the City Edinburgh Council, supplying solar PV and battery installations to 112 homes at Kirkliston, to the west of the city. This innovative project involves the installation of 2.5kW roof mounted solar PV systems and …

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Final Funding Windows For Loss Of Mains Works?

The Energy Networks Association (ENA) has opened what may be the the final funding windows for renewable energy generators to obtain funding for mandatory Loss of Mains upgrades. With funding available on a first-come-first-served basis, those who do not take advantage of these funding windows may be faced with bills of £4,000 or more. Locogen is …

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UistWind Generates Enough Electricity To Power All Homes On North Uist

The community owned ‘UistWind’ wind farm on North Uist achieved a significant milestone in September as it generated enough electricity to power every single home on the island of North Uist. The two Enercon 900kW E44 wind turbines at Criongrabhal near Clachan-na-Luib generated 6.129 MWh of electricity between commissioning on 13th September 2019 and 8th September this …

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Low Carbon Heat For Scottish Borders Nurseries

Amid all of the Covid restrictions, it’s great to see that it’s still possible to get on, safely, with some excellent projects. Locogen is currently working to install air source heat pump systems at Priorsford Nursery in Peebles and St Ronans Nursery in Innerleithen. Each of these new build nurseries is being built adjacent to …

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Boat Comes In For Community Energy Projects In North East England

Earlier this year, Locogen was awarded a contract with Tees Valley Combined Authority to be their framework partner for the Rural Community Energy Fund (RCEF). The RCEF is a funding scheme that provides technical and financial support to help rural communities across England looking to set up renewable energy projects in their area. The £10 …

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Locogen Assess Bioenergy Investment For Graham’s Dairy

Funded by the Scottish Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme (LCITP), Locogen have been supporting a low carbon investment project on a Fife cheese factory. A project that once complete, will be a groundbreaking achievement for the Scottish dairy industry.  The project is located on Graham’s Glenfield site in Cowdenbeath. A site Locogen have a long-standing …

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Low Carbon Heat To Flow Through Glen Mhor Hotel

The Glen Mhor Hotel & Apartments located in the centre of Inverness, comprises of multiple hotels and self-catering accommodation overlooking the River Ness. In addition to the accommodation, there are now plans for a brewery and visitor centre to be built on site which will form part of an innovative site-wide district heating system utilising heat …

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Locogen Win Work With The City Of Edinburgh Council

Locogen are delighted to have recently been awarded a contract with The City of Edinburgh Council to supply and install roof mounted solar PV and battery storage technology on existing social housing in Kirkliston, Edinburgh. The project, which will help The City of Edinburgh Council reduce their carbon footprint whilst providing more affordable homes, will …

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