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Published: 06 August 2010

Trust Energy Summit Special save money carbon footprint

Under the community planning umbrella, Shetland Charitable Trust (SCT) is co-ordinating efforts by a wide range of local agencies to conserve energy, reduce the isles’ carbon footprint and ultimately save public money.

 SCT manages the Shetland Maintenance Forum, consisting of NHS Shetland, Shetland Islands Council, Shetland Recreational Trust, Shetland Arts, and Shetland Amenity Trust.  The Forum has recently been expanded to include Highlands and Islands Fire and Rescue Service and Northern Constabulary.

With all agencies trying to become more energy efficient, SCT is planning an Energy Day on Friday 6 August, which will include a visit to Shetland Amenity Trust’s new wind turbine at their Staney Hill workshop, a visit to the council’s heat pump at Gremista, as well as a number of presentations on renewable energy and energy conservation.

For further information please see the full press release (click here).


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