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Masterplan to outline £17m proposal for over 100 homes at Govan shipyard

Scottish Housing News Summary Plans are in the pipeline for a £17 million housing-led development project to regenerate a key location in Govan. Glasgow City Council is working with the local community to bring forward a masterplan for Water Row which includes plans for more than 100 new...


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£325 million Rosyth biomass plant could still go ahead

Dunfermline Press Summary A biomass plant that promised to create hundreds of jobs in Rosyth could still happen. The £325 million project was approved by the Scottish Government in 2014, just two months before the applicants pulled out. Forth Energy Ltd, a joint venture between Scottish...


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First deep geothermal district heating network to kick of in Scotland

Press Release; Parker O'Halloran, Think Geoenergy Geon Energy Scotland, Deep Geothermal we'll illustration (source: ARUP website) Ross Developments & Renewables Ltd (RDRL) has announced that the Scottish Government has allocated £1.8 million of grant funding to support the creation...


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Recovering Heat from Waste Water

Scottish Water Summary We are opening up Scottish Water’s networks to extract renewable heat from waste water. Scottish Water has a vast infrastructure including 32,000 miles of sewers which carry waste water from homes and businesses to around 1,800 treatment works across Scotland. We are...


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Plans for new £9m Geothermal Energy Research Field to be unveiled next month

Insider.co.uk Summary Plans for a new Geothermal Energy Research Filed in Glasgow will be unveiled next month. The proposed £9m site will either site on the Clyde Gateway area in the east end of the city, or in Rutherglen and will focus on geothermal energy. Glasgow's research field...


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Scotland Heat Map

Summary The Scotland Heat Map is an online tool used to show heat demand across Scotland. Author Scottish Government #Map #NorthandCentralEurope #DistrictEnergyinCities #ScottishGovernment #DistrictHeating #Scotland #InternationalPerspectives #UnitedKingdom