Archive for the ‘Renewable Energy’ Category

The Forestry Commission wants to hear from you

Forestry Commission and our community With Barcaldine Forest on your doorstep, there’s little need to tell the residents of Ardchattan about the heritage of commercial forestry delivered by Forestry Commission Scotland.

April 27, 2010   Posted in: Agriculture, Barcaldine, Environment, Renewable Energy  No Comments

Energy Awareness Event comes to Benderloch

ALIenergy and Lochnell primary school are coming together to host an Energy Awareness Event. Lochnell primary pupils throughout the school are actively involved producing displays and games for  the event at the Victory Hall, Benderloch on Friday 19th March, as well as being on hand to help teach others about energy,

March 10, 2010   Posted in: Benderloch, Children, Environment, Event, food and drink, Renewable Energy, Schools, sustainability  No Comments

Local Development Plan – Ardchattan needs YOU !

What are YOUR personal priorities for the place you live in ? Argyll and Bute are starting a long period of consultation with us all to find out what we want and need in our local communities. The LDP website is here If we want them to prioritise the money in the right places for […]

March 10, 2010   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Barcaldine, Benderloch, Bonawe, Community, Community Council, Creran, Elderly, Environment, North Connel, Renewable Energy, Roads, sustainability, transport  No Comments

Sustainability : Waste less

If we can all do something to reduce the waste we produce, we will be making a small step towards a more sustainable community. It means there is less energy used to make replacements, and less pollution of the environment to get rid of the waste.

March 6, 2010   Posted in: Community, Environment, food and drink, Renewable Energy, sustainability, Transition, transport  No Comments

Loch Etive Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project

Loch Etive Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project The minutes of the meeting a couple of weeks ago have been posted on the Argyll and Bute website here.

February 9, 2010   Posted in: argyll and bute council, Benderloch, Bonawe, Business, Community, Community Council, Environment, Etive, Nature, North Connel, Renewable Energy  No Comments

Earn money from domestic renewable energy

Press Release from the Department of Energy and Climate Change : – Cash Rewards for Low Carbon Electricity and Heating Households and communities who install generating technologies such as small wind turbines and solar panels will from April be entitled to claim payments for the low carbon electricity they produce.

February 1, 2010   Posted in: Community, Funding, Renewable Energy, Transition  No Comments

Sustainable Design award for Ardchattan Architect designed building!

Congratulations to Shauna Cameron, of Benderloch, on her great achievement in designing the winner of the 2009 Sustainable Designs award – St Moluag’s Heritage Museum, Lismore.

January 2, 2010   Posted in: Benderloch, Business, Environment, Renewable Energy  No Comments

How much do you care about the future of our parish?

Maybe that is the question that Mairi should be asking – to encourage each of us to go along to the free film and presentation, she has organised, this evening at the Victory Hall, Benderloch from 7 pm.

December 13, 2009   Posted in: Benderloch, Environment, Event, Recycling, Renewable Energy, Transition  One Comment