Biomass spe­cial­ist set to un­veil growth plans

The Scotsman - - Perspective / Letters To The Editor - By EMMA NEW­LANDS

An Uphall-based firm fo­cus­ing on the sup­ply of re­new­able heat is tar­get­ing fur­ther growth, and is to re­veal its UK ex­pan­sion plans at this week’s Royal High­land Show.

Biomass busi­ness Scot Heat & Power, whose cus­tomers in­clude Queen Mar­garet Uni­ver­sity in Ed­in­burgh, the Uni­ver­sity of St An­drews, Aberdeen­shire Coun­cil’s Aboyne Academy and Gle­nea­gles, said it will un­veil a multi-mil­lion­pound pipe­line of work.

The firm, which of­fers 24/7 main­te­nance cover and ser­vices most types of biomass boil­ers, also said it re­cently set up a new base in Cum­bria. It added that it will be re­veal­ing its plans to di­ver­sify fur­ther with the in­tro­duc­tion of a forestry and ar­bori­cul­tural spe­cial­ism in ru­ral es­tate and forestry man­age­ment, which will en­able it to pro­vide prac­ti­cal help to landown­ers and land man­agers through­out the UK.

Scot Heat & Power MD Mal­colm Snowie said the busi­ness is look­ing to grow “both north and south of the Bor­der”.

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