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Tullis, RWE biomass cogeneration plant to be completed in fall

Fife, Scotland-based paper product company Tullis Russell said this week that it will switch over to biomass-derived heat and power in October.

Major upgrade under way at Longannet

Scottish Power starts £25m upgrade at Longannet

Entries are now open for the inaugural Courier Business Awards 2013

Celebrating the best in business across East Central Scotland the awards will cover six major sectors; tourism, agriculture, digital, retail, life sciences and manufacturing. Other categories include, Social Impact Award, Growth Business of the Year Award and Young Business Person of the Year Award.

£8m contract jobs boost

Glenrothes based Skene Group has secured several construction and civil engineering contracts worth an estimated £8m.


FIFE Council has announced at All Energy in Aberdeen today (Wednesday 22 May) that Investment in Renewable Energy projects has reached its highest level with over £350 million projects currently on site or due to be completed during 2013.

New Royal Navy aircraft carrier begins to take shape

Work on the first of the Royal Navy's two new Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers is well under way at a dockyard in Rosyth.

Samsung Heavy Industries likely to decide on Methil wind project within two years

Korean engineering giant Samsung Heavy Industries will decide within two years whether to go ahead with the establishment of a major turbine manufacturing plant in Fife.

Fife Council welcomes Samsung Heavy Industries Announcements

Fife Council has welcomed today’s announcements in relation to Samsung Heavy Industries calling it a “major milestone” for Methil and Fife.

‘A great day’ — BiFab hails Cygnus project’s jobs boost for Fife

A Fife heavy engineering yard says it expects fabrication work on a £1.4 billion North Sea gas installation to create up to 200 jobs.

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