Scots renewable start-up bids to build new £5m bio-fuel factory in Falkirk

A Scottish bio-fuel company has obtained planning permission from Falkirk Council to build a commercial demonstrator plant to produce more than half a million litres of combustion-engine fuel a year from whisky-distilling wastes.

Celtic Renewables – a spin-out from Napier University in Edinburgh – now aims to raise more than £5 million in funding to build the factory.

13 Dec 2017

 

 

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