Solar Cities Scotland is designed to advertise the use of renewable energy and give advice on minimal carbon living for urban areas across Scotland.
Burning fossil fuels produces carbon emissions and is the largest human input to climate change. The only way to combat this issue is if we replace fossil fuels with renewable energy.
On the 23th of March, my course visited the Solar Cities Scotland ‘Eco House’ at Whitfield Primary School to help us with our projects. The house was originally the school janitor’s house. It is now being used by the Solar Cities Scotland to show the environmental advantages of the latest energy saving technologies including a wood pellet burning stove, solar panels and a ground source heat pump.
Why don't you join solar cities Scotland and use the earth, the wind, the sun, the water and the trees which will generate our future energy.....