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The New Build Heat Standard consultation requires new buildings consented from 2024 to use heating systems with zero direct emissions. CES put forward the view that action in this area is long overdue. The construction sector, and housing developers in particular, have been reluctant to take action in this area and the Scottish Government have been too too slow in enforcing higher standards. Low carbon heating systems are a proven technology but this must be
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Orkney’s northern outer isles communities now have access to a handy car club site near the ferry terminals at Kirkwall pier, so they no longer
The second annual Scottish Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards celebrated the very best of the region’s green energy sector in a virtual event on
Disappointing SSE announcement that there is to be no upgrade for cable between Harris and Skye.
The UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference 2021 has been confirmed to take place on 18 & 19 August next year at the SEC in Glasgow.
Community Energy Scotland have issued a joint invitation, along with Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales, for tenders for the design and delivery of
In this report, citing communities as a key focal point, Scottish Renewables (SR) makes strong recommendations for a net-zero energy commission, and radical reviews at