Low Carbon Insfrastructure Programme

Since 2015 we have been supporting Scottish Enterprise through our partnership with Project Management Company MACE to develop and deliver innovative low carbon energy solutions. With the Scottish Government pledging to reduce carbon emissions by 42% by 2020 this programme aims to support this.

Scottish Enterprise, Scotland’s main economic development agency, appointed MACE as lead consultant for the low carbon infrastructure programme (LCIP) with technical support from us to identify and support the development of energy saving projects across the country.

Since 2015 the programme have identified multiple project opportunities and worked with Scottish businesses and local authorities to develop innovative solutions that will reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions. It’s remit has enabled us to explore opportunities with airports, universities, industrial firms, manufacturing companies, business parks and ports – providing technical modelling around long-term sustainable solutions.

With our in-house team of engineers and project developers we have the full range of skill sets to take projects from feasibility through to detailed design and then onto full investment business case.  Subsequent to this we can manage the project through construction to full commissioning giving our clients the comfort and assurance of continuity of the project team throughout the project duration. Our staff are certified to the latest CIBSE code of practice giving assurance to funders and clients that we work to the highest of standards.

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