Heating fan installation will keep students warm

Napier University Students will be kept warm this winter thanks to the installation of Airius fans at the entrance and main atrium area of the University’s Craiglockhart Site. The Scottish University, which has more than 17,000 students and has been established since 1992, is taking advantage of a range of de-stratification systems as part of their […]

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Scotland renewable heat grows by almost 20 per cent

The amount of heat generated by renewable sources in Scotland grew by 17 per cent during 2013, according to the latest figures from the Energy Saving Trust. The figures compiled on behalf of Scottish Government showed the amount of heat generated from renewable technologies grew to 2,904GWh in 2013, compared to 2,481GWh in 2012. Energy […]

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Ensuring value for money and maintaining investment in renewable energy

Proposals to maintain the growing momentum behind renewable electricity investment in the UK, while continuing to deliver value for money for consumers, have been unveiled today. Since 2010 the UK’s renewable electricity capacity has doubled; in the same period, over £34 billion of private sector investment has been announced, with the potential to support almost […]

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Boiler installation helps cut production costs

A Welsh honey producer has slashed its energy bills by a massive £23,000 a year after completing a renewable heating and engineering project aimed at cutting manufacturing costs. Tropical Forest Products, of Aberystwyth, has scooped a national environmental business award for the project which included commissioning a wood pellet boiler heating system from Organic Energy. […]

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