On Friday 1st September the Borders Energy Agency is hosting a free networking event to consider progress with renewable energy projects across the Scottish Borders.
A number of exciting initiatives have been delivered across the Borders in recent years. Changes in Government subsidy and wider economic issues have impacted the development of projects at all scales. However, significant opportunities still exist for renewables generation in rural South Scotland.
If you are interested in hearing more about local initiatives or if you are involved in developing a project, then please come along to this free network meeting and find out more.
To book a place please reply to Pip Tabor, Southern Uplands Partnership on 01750 725154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date : Friday 1st September
Venue : Tweed Horizons, St Boswells
Timing : 9.30-12.30 project presentations
13.30-15.30 Optional site visit to Charlesfield Anaerobic Digestion plant
Trevor Jackson – Charlesfield Anaerobic Digester
Stan Johnstone – Water Engine Technologies – Hydro
Ian Dunsmore – Scottish Water Horizons, SHARC heat from waste water systems
John Bain – Resources Director, Berwickshire Housing Association, Hoprigshiels community windfarm
This event is kindly sponsored by Davidson Chalmers Legal Advisors and Berwickshire Community Council Forum Environmental.