Former Diageo Bottling Web Site To Be Transformed Into Low Carbon Improvement

The Scottish Government has announced that £5.3 million ($6.82 million) will be invested to convert a former bottling plant for Diageo brand Johnnie Walker into a low carbon development.
According to the Scottish government, there are more than 58,000 jobs in the low carbon and renewable energy economy in Scotland, spread across nine renewable energy sectors.
A brand new geothermal heating system would provide what the government described as “low cost, renewable energy” for the homes.
In a statement on Wednesday, the government said that the site in Kilmarnock would be home to a renewable energy center, affordable homes, an enterprise and innovation hub, and commercial and leisure units.
The government adds that renewables are the “single largest contributor to electricity generation in Scotland.

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