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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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ParkPower: Green Energy from Scotland’s Green Spaces

Locogen is delighted to be working with greenspace scotland on the innovative ParkPower programme. It aims to transform Scotland’s parks from expensive overheads into valuable green energy assets, driving Scotland towards a net-zero carbon future. This project is jointly funded by Local Energy Scotland and its partners, Falkirk Council, Falkirk Community Trust and North Lanarkshire

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Creed Park Wind Turbine: A Study in Joined-Up Renewables

What can you do with a curtailed wind turbine in a remote location? Actually, quite a lot. In fact, the wind turbine at Creed Enterprise park on the Isle of Lewis doesn’t just switch off when its generating limit is reached. Instead, the excess electricity is used to fuel an innovative circular economy, where renewable

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Breaking The Ice: Locogen win Glenshee Off-grid Wind and Storage Project

The Glenshee Ski Centre, located in Aberdeenshire, is a winter sports hub for those in the Scottish Highlands and further afield. After a competitive tender exercise, Locogen are delighted to have secured a contract to provide a full investment grade business proposal for an innovative off-grid wind and energy storage project at the centre. The

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Thomas Brulport on Self-Consumption of Renewable Energy

Thomas Brulport recently joined Locogen for a Renewable Energy Engineering Internship. During his time with us he has been working on projects for the French market, alongside Locogen SAS Managing Director, Cédric Gerbier, in Locogen’s Edinburgh Headquarters. Here, Thomas shares some details of his work on self-consumption of renewable energy produced in the community.  Tell

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Locogen to Examine Feasibility of Wind Turbine Project on Isle of Lewis

Locogen has been commissioned to complete a feasibility study and develop a full business case for a wind turbine on behalf of the Urras Bharabhais Community Company on the Isle of Lewis The feasibility study commenced with a site visit in early December 2017 and the work is scheduled to be completed by end of

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Aberdeen City Hydrogen Energy Storage (ACHES)

Locogen are supporting the development of green hydrogen in an advisory role to Aberdeen City Council. A range of renewable energy options that could be connected into their newest hydrogen refuelling station at Cove, Aberdeen are being investigated. Ian McLean, Locogen’s project lead stated: “it is great to be looking at ways to further improve

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