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Fife Council Wins Scottish Green Energy Award

Fife Council and RWE took home the Best Engagement Award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards last week for our work on promoting the Glenrothes Energy Network

The Scottish Green Energy Awards took place in Edinburgh on December 5 and saw winners in 12 categories receive trophies recognising their work in the sector.

Claire Mack, Chief Executive of Scottish Renewables, said: “Once again, the Scottish Green Energy Awards showcase the truly incredible innovation, drive and passion of those working within our industry.

“The commitment, knowledge and hard work of those within the industry is making a significant positive impact on Scotland’s economy as we continue to mitigate carbon emissions and work towards achieving net zero by 2045.

“My congratulations go to all nominees, and of course the winners.”

Glenrothes Energy Network is a £24 million collaborative local heat scheme between the Scottish Government, RWE and Fife Council. It provides sustainable low carbon heat to a mix of industrial, commercial, community and domestic properties in Glenrothes as well as the Fife House complex.

www.glenrothesenergynetwork.co.uk

Further step forward for Glenrothes Energy Network

A full planning application has been submitted by Fife Council for the Glenrothes Energy Network.

Full plans for the scheme, which aims to supply low carbon heat to a range of business, community, public sector and domestic customers in the centre of Glenrothes, are now available to view on line.

Site investigations for the proposed Glenrothes Energy Network

A small number of roadworks will start in Glenrothes town centre next week as part of the site investigations for the proposed Glenrothes Energy Network.

A step forward for the Glenrothes District Heating scheme

Tullis Russell Building purchased and demolition contactor appointed

Energy Centre plans to be submitted

This week marks a significant step forward in the Glenrothes District Heating scheme. An agreement was reached between RWE and site owner Tullis Russell Group to purchase the building adjoining the power station on the former paper maker’s land.

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