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Renewable energy courses set for boost in Scotland

More technicians in Scotland may consider renewable energy courses after details of a green power project in Girvan were unveiled.

Lagan Construction will deliver the multi-million pound facility on the site of a former textile factory, according to the Belfast Telegraph.

The wood pellet and biomass power centre is the latest in a string of renewable energy contracts won by the firm, who are expected to complete the Girvan plant in March 2012.

It will be the first time that wood pelleting and a certain type of waste heat turbine will be used together in the UK, according to the publication.

Last week, Lagan Cement announced details of three areas of sustainability in which it has made progress.

Its liquid recovery fuels project is due to be commissioned this month, while solid recovered fuel and low carbon fuel are also pushing forward.

The latter technique uses shredded paper and plastic from the healthcare sector as a power source.

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