Micro renewables in the historic environment

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    This talk, by Historic Environment Scotland is a very useful summary of energy generation options. If you’d like to skip the introductions, go to 7mins in.

    “From heat pumps to solar panels and power generation, micro renewables will be playing a larger part in the future as we move towards net zero. But what does that mean for Scotland’s older buildings and homes?

    We are dedicating a whole Inform Friday session to micro renewables in the historic environment after your many questions. For traditional buildings, there are special considerations about these technologies. Learn more about how they can be integrated into older buildings in Scotland.

    Historic Environment Scotland experts Roger Curtis and Kenney Easson will give you an overview of micro renewables in the historic environment. “

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