Tag: energy

Whisky and waves: the future of Scottish isle’s power?

Whisky and waves: the future of Scottish isle’s power?

Communities on the Isle of Islay are moving forward with plans for tidal energy and renewable fuels while maintaining age old methods of agriculture and whisky distilling. Everything seems to slow down on Islay – this southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides – also known as ‘The Queen of the Hebrides’. Drivers wave as you …

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Breeding for the Ideal Amenity Grass

Breeding for the Ideal Amenity Grass

Marker-assisted breeding and genotype mapping may eliminate long-term field trials, bringing improved grass varieties to market – and to amenity turfs – in record time. New processes at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS*) means plants can be tested as seedlings, reducing the time from initial development to completing STRI trials ­– …

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All about customer service

All about customer service

Dependable people, job well done! “Installing solar panels was the last thing on our minds – it simply wasn’t on the agenda.” (Original document at: http://www.geminisolar.co.uk/case-studies-caernarfon.php) When John and Alyson first moved to their hillside home in Upper Llandwrog, near Caernarfon, there were so many other tasks that needed doing in their new home that …

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Age is NOT a factor

Age is NOT a factor

You’re 80 years old – so where’s the benefit to you? That was the most common reaction to Vernon Jones’ idea to install solar photovoltaics on his farm near Caeathro, in Gwynedd. However, Vernon did his research, and found great reasons to go ahead with his plans to invest in a system that uses technology …

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