ISLES is a collaborative project between the Scottish Government, the Northern Ireland Executive and the Government of Ireland. Funded mainly by the EU's INTERREG IVA Programme managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB), it is assessing the feasibility of creating an offshore interconnected transmission network and subsea electricity grid based on renewable energy sources off the coast of western Scotland and the Irish Sea.
A new landmark government study, written by the UK’s National Centre for Biorenewable Energy, Fuels and Materials (NNFCC) suggests that the UK will miss its renewable transport targets without significant investment in a new generation of biofuels.
On 1 December, WWF Scotland will host a roundtable event with the Transport Minister Keith Brown MSP and key stakeholders in the electric vehicle industry to launch WWF Scotland's new report, ‘Powering Ahead: how to put electric cars on Scotland's roads’.
The Enterprise Europe Network Scotland team is behind a partnering event, which will take place during the North Sea Supply Connect INTERREG conference at Edinburgh Napier University on 20 and 21 March 2012.
On 25 October the European Commission published a fully revised version of ‘Buying Green! – A handbook on green public procurement’. The handbook, first published in 2004, is designed to help public authorities to buy goods and services with a lower environmental impact.
A Scottish renewable energy firm founded by a farmer and a property developer has strengthened its grip on the market by acquiring the business of one of its biggest rivals.
Ayrshire-based VG Energy has acquired the trade of Shetland Wind Power from the Pirrie brothers’ Nevis Capital in a deal it claimed would consolidate its position as the “number one renewable energy company” in the UK.
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