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Locogen’s CARES funded projects

Locogen began work on their first CARES funded project over 10 years ago. Since then, we have completed an unprecedented number of projects, most only made possible with CARES funding, through all stages of development and considering technologies including wind, solar PV, hydroelectricity and low-carbon heating.  One of Locogen’s most significant projects includes the 900kW Bespoke

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Solar Farm

How Peatlands Can Help Power Success

Scotland’s peatlands are a vital tool in the fight against climate change, they may only cover a fifth of our landmass, but they store 1.7 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2); twenty-five times more than all other UK vegetation types combined. In good condition, peatlands actively sequester CO2 from the atmosphere. Conversely, degraded peatland emits

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Asset Management

Profile: Michael Ziloudis, Solar Technical Consultant

In this piece, Michael Ziloudis looks at the challenges facing solar developers and operators, with specific focus on the management and optimisation of large-scale solar farms. Michael’s route to Locogen Michael’s Solar PV experience spans across over 20 years in the UK and EMEA regions. Starting as a design engineer and project manager, he managed

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Built Environment

Locogen to support public sector decarbonisation strategies in North East and Yorkshire

Locogen, in partnership with Turner & Townsend, are delighted to be working with the North East and Yorkshire (NEY) Net Zero Hub to drive the decarbonisation of public sector buildings across the region. We will be helping to deliver programme management services for the North East & Yorkshire Public Sector Estate Decarbonisation (NEYPED) Programme creating

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Green Light for Hydrogen-powered Spirits

Renewables specialists Locogen and hydrogen experts Logan Energy are welcoming the news that planning permission has been granted for their wind turbine and electrolyser project at Arbikie Distillery near Montrose. The development will enable the distillery to power its operations from environmentally-sustainable green hydrogen – that is hydrogen created using renewable electricity from the wind

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Built Environment

But what About Business Energy?

There is much reporting, quite rightly, on the terrible impact increasing energy prices are having on domestic households. On 1 October the price cap is expected to rise to around £3,600 and further rises in January could see average annual energy bills hot £4,200 next year. This is an extraordinary increase on the £1,400 cap

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