V&A Museum, Dundee
Built Environment

Nominate leading examples of zero emissions heating systems in non-domestic buildings in Scotland

Can you nominate a non-domestic building in Scotland for its use of a low carbon heating system? We’re proud that Locogen has been appointed by the Scottish Government’s Energy and Climate Change Directorate to research leading examples of zero emissions heating systems in non-domestic buildings in Scotland. This includes heat sources such as heat pumps,

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Wind Turbine High Voltage Warning Sign
Asset Management

High Voltage Maintenance and Management for Wind and Solar

Professional maintenance and management of high voltage equipment for your renewable asset is vitally important, both for safety and efficient generation. Legislation and insurance providers both now demand that proper arrangements are in place to manage your high voltage equipment and conduct regular maintenance. But securing properly accredited high voltage services can be time consuming

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Wind turbine with industrial background
Built Environment

Tackling Soaring Energy Prices: Strategies for Business

The current energy crisis has shone a harsh light on the UK’s energy supply and the response of the markets. Domestic consumers have been protected from recent sharp increases by a government price cap. Such legislation is well-intentioned to limit escalating household bills but has been directly responsible for the recent slew of energy companies

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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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COP26: If not us, who? If not now, when?

Latest data from NASA’s Vital Signs indicate the world has already warmed by 1°C since the start of the industrial era when carbon dioxide concentration in the air was near 280 parts per million (ppm).  Today carbon dioxide concentration is at 417 ppm. A quarter of this increase has occurred in the last 20 years. Such rates of increase are

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