Scotland creates more sustainable energy by adding solar panels to it’s water treatment facility. via heraldscotland
A THOUSAND solar panels have been hooked up at a water treatment works serving Edinburgh and parts of West Lothian.
The green energy generators now provide a quarter of the energy needed at the Marchbank Water Treatment Works near Balerno, which serves 68,000 properties.
The development is one of a number of projects completed by Scottish Water Horizons, a subsidiary of the public utility, which supports the development of a sustainable technology in Scotland.
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