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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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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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Carrots and Sticks: The Value of Renewables to Housebuilders

The success of renewable technologies such as onshore and offshore wind, solar PV and hydro has contributed to the large-scale decarbonisation of the electricity grid. But in order to meet our climate change targets, attention is turning towards heat. As can be seen in the diagram below, in Scotland, 51% of the energy we consume …

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