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Green Cat offers Accelerated Loss of Mains Change Programme Service

The Accelerated Loss of Mains Change Programme (ALoMCP) has been extended by the Energy Networks Association until May 2022, and Green Cat is delighted to assist generators in gaining grant money to cover the required works and preforming the G59 setting change. The ALoMCP offers grants to non-domestic distributed generators which were connected before February … Continued

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Green Cat Renewables delighted to be part of the delivery of UK’s first commercial Green Ammonia Plant.

GREEN CAT is delighted to have supported Eneus Energy and Hammars Hill Energy in the delivery of the first commercial green hydrogen/ammonia plant in the UK. The development – along with the proposed wind turbines extension at Hammars Hill – was approved by the Orkney Council Planning Committee at a meeting on January 20. Green … Continued

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Green Cat Renewables, Eneus Energy and Hammars Hill Energy seek approval for Hydrogen Project in Orkney

Proposal including two-turbine extension to Evie windfarm site submitted to Orkney Islands Council ORKNEY is the “ideal location” for a project which could see the islands take another exciting step in the quest to become carbon neutral. Eneus Energy, working in conjunction with locally-owned Hammars Hill Energy and Green Cat Renewables, has identified Hammars Hill … Continued

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Subsidy-Free Crossdykes Wind Farm Breaks Ground

GREEN CAT is delighted ground has been broken on what could be Scotland’s first subsidy-free onshore wind project – and to have been part of the project. Independent Scottish developer Muirhall Energy, with partners WWS Renewables, have begun construction at the 46MW Crossdykes wind farm in Dumfries and Galloway, south west Scotland. The project reached … Continued

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GREEN CAT RENEWABLES INVEST IN GREEN HYDROGEN SUPPLY BUSINESS, ENEUS.

GREEN CAT RENEWABLES (GCR) announces a significant, and strategic, investment in the green hydrogen energy supply business, Eneus. The investment by the Scottish and Canadian based renewable experts will help develop a pipeline of ammonia production sites that will be powered by renewable energy. Eneus Energy, founded in 2013, and based in Edinburgh, integrate existing, … Continued

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GREEN CAT RENEWABLES ACHIEVES WIND FARM CONSENT IN PERTH AND KINROSS

GREEN CAT RENEWABLES (GCR) is pleased that planning permission for the proposed Strathallan Wind Farm has been granted. The Planning and Environmental Appeals Divisions has overturned the refusal and given the go-ahead for this nine-turbine development . Green Cat always believed that the site was suitable for a small wind farm and has carefully designed … Continued

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Green Cat add Electric Vehicle to pool cars

Green Cat Renewables has recently added an Electric Vehicle to its range of pool cars – the Nissan Leaf.  The newest pool car will allow the company to reduce its CO2 emissions. Based on an estimated annual mileage of 12,000 miles, the Leaf will offset approximately 1820kg of CO2 that would have normally been emitted … Continued

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Deuchries Wind Farm construction on film

This brilliant video shows the construction of Deuchries Wind Farm, near Aberchirder in Aberdeenshire.   The project was the first to be fully funded, constructed, and completed solely by the company, and was signed off on in early 2018. It consists of three Enercon E82 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 7.05MW. Owned … Continued

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Deuchries Wind Farm officially opens

Deuchries Wind Farm in Aberdeenshire was officially opened last weekend. A windy day saw the local community enjoy a BBQ with Green Cat under one of the three Enercon E82 wind turbines at the site. The three turbines have a total installed capacity of 7.05MW and over the lifetime of the development, a community benefit … Continued

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Phase 1 turbine erection complete at Pogbie Wind Farm

The latest Phase 1 construction at Pogbie Wind Farm was completed last week with the erection of the last of the six turbines. Low winds and good weather played a part in allowing Enercon to finish the erection of the turbines at the East Lothian site in good time. Electrical works in the substation are … Continued

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