Orkney producers see first benefits

The first phase of Orkney’s new fully funded community wind turbine scheme was due to go live on the islands in November, with farmers and landowners at 20 properties set to benefit from deeply discounted electricity for at least two decades. Hamsin Win...

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Mushroom grower sees the light

A British mushroom growing business that is committed to continuous, sustainable development has shelled out £225,000 so far to secure its energy supplies and costs for the next 25 years. Based in Evesham, Worcestershire, Walsh Mushrooms has joined the g...

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Is this Scotland’s largest solar farm?

What is thought to be Scotland’s largest solar farm, with 7,000 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels generating an estimated 1.5million kWh of energy and producing a saving of some 850,000kg of CO2 emissions each year, went “live” in September. Developed ...

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Production blooms at nursery

Plant production is positively blooming at Pinetops Nurseries after the firm moved into new, purpose-built facilities heated with the help of a 999kW wood chip boiler in Hampshire. Pinetops Nurseries first opened for business in 1959 and is now establishe...

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