n Scotland, solar technology is a tiny part of the renewables energy sector.
Creating Warmer Homes in Orkney
One way to keep those heating bills down and still have a warm home is by improved insulation. In Orkney, Warmworks supports householders design and fund improvements to their energy needs.
#Hydrogen Colour Choice
As the experts and politicians hail hydrogen as the next best thing to solve our energy problems, let’s take a closer look .
An Energy Just Transition: Can Scotland Do It?
The Scottish Government wants to progress how Scotland produces and consumes its energy but to do that in a ‘Just’ way. It has published a draft Energy Strategy which it is now consulting on.
Emma Roddick MSP Reflecting on 2022
“Scotland’s growing range of fair and compassionate benefits is a testament to the country we strive to be.”
Wind & Rain Good News For Scotland’s Renewable Production in 2022
Scotland produces most of its renewable energy through wind but hydro is also very important. The future with wave and tidal power makes Scotland’s future as a producer of clean energy very bright.
How Air Curtains Helped 1 Potato Farmer Reduce Energy Costs
Last year’s energy bill was £9000 compared with £6500 for the month of October alone, which prompted James Fairlie to take action.
Rural Uplift Added to Improved Home Energy Scotland Grants
“The rural uplift, which will provide extra financial support for those who live in rural and island communities who often face increased costs for home improvements, is especially welcome.” Harry Mayers, Head of Home Energy Scotland
Using a ‘Slow Cooker’ With Greener Orkney
‘This project has been on our horizon for a while, and with the current cost of living crisis, there has never been a better time to raise awareness of how individuals can help themselves and the planet at the same time.’ Angela Fitzpatrick, Greener Orkney
Islanders Attend Consultation Events for the West of Orkney Windfarm
Offshore Wind Power Ltd plans to construct up to 125 fixed turbines.