Net Zero

Solar Energy: The Key To Powering Hull’s Carbon Neutral Future

Hull City Council have appointed specialists in the renewable energy sector, including Locogen, to assess the feasibility of the council’s corporate sites for the installation of a number of green energy projects. The council are looking at installing rooftop solar photovoltaics (PV), solar farms, wind turbines, and solar canopies across their corporate sites. Locogen have …

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Locogen Wins BEIS Longer Duration Energy Storage Demonstration (LODES) Competition Funding

Co-locating long duration battery storage with intermittent renewable generation has enormous potential to revolutionise and decarbonise the UK power grid. The Longer Duration Energy Storage Demonstration (LODES) Competition, run by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has awarded Locogen and partners, CellCube, GridBeyond, and Blackfinch Energy with £121,400 to assess the techno-economic …

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Locogen and Logan Energy awarded £3 million Green Distilleries funding to progress Arbikie hydrogen power plan

The Arbikie Highland Estate Distillery near Montrose is one step closer to becoming net zero thanks to £3 million of government funding granted to UK renewables company Locogen in partnership with hydrogen technologies specialist Logan Energy. The Phase 2 funding comes from the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Net Zero Innovation Portfolio …

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Strathclyde Country Park

Locogen supports net zero funding bid for North Lanarkshire Council

Work undertaken by Locogen to support Greenspace Scotland’s ParkPower programme has led directly to a successful Green Growth Accelerator (GGA) funding bid by North Lanarkshire Council.  This will progress a project based around Strathclyde Country Park known as ‘Green Park, Green Power, Green Neighbourhood’.  The GGA funding programme is run by the Scottish Government and …

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Green Distilleries Slide

Decarbonising distilleries – and other process industries

On June 15th our Emerging Technologies consultancy team hosted a webinar, “How to Decarbonise Distilleries to Meet Net Zero,” in conjunction with our clients, Arbikie Highland Estate. Hosted by Locogen consultants, Dr Philippa Hardy and Jack Byres, with Arbikie director, Iain Stirling, the webinar was attracted more than 120 attendees. The session focused on the …

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Edinburgh Community Solar Co-operative Solar Installation

Low carbon heat and energy storage for borders and edinburgh schools

Locogen are proud to be working with community groups and public sector bodies to deliver on the country’s net-zero goals. It’s important that the transition to net zero is an inclusive one and here are just two projects where we are helping such organisations maximise their investment in renewable and low carbon solutions, while providing …

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Locogen And Logan Energy Raise A Dram To Green Distilleries

With Burns Night here, many of us will be looking forward to a dram or two of our favourite malt. And this year, our most traditional of tipples is going cutting-edge thanks to the announcement of a £10 million funding package to help distilleries ‘go green’. The Green Distilleries competition, run by the Department for …

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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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