Case studies

Find out more information about some of Fife’s greenest businesses.

Fife showcases expertise and pioneering projects at All-Energy 2017

Fife is gearing up to attend All-Energy, the UK’s largest

renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference, taking place at Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC), 10 – 11 May 2017.

The AV Department Ltd

Since November 2005 the AV Department has been providing audio visual services and equipment to companies and organisations across Scotland and the UK for conferences, fund-raising events and entertainments. 

Peachy Keen - The Human Energy Company – the ultimate in performance?

There can be nothing greener, surely, than the power of human energy? Harnessing human effort, enthusiasm and positive thinking is the essence of Peachy Keen, a company based in old coaching stables in Kirkcaldy.

Better World Books - Taking the Green Ethos Right Through the Business

Few discussions with companies about their green credentials include the phrase “triple bottom line” and as Better World Books admits on their website it does sound a bit like dull management speak. In fact, it sums up the ethos of this unusual company very succinctly – it’s all about people, planet and profit.

Ivan Wood & Sons - Freshness Guaranteed - and green, too!

Supplying hotels and catering establishments with fine quality fruit and vegetables 365 days a year means freshness is crucial and refrigerators are essential. 

What’s on

Scottish Resources Conference
Sep 27-Sep 28
Meet the Buyer
Sep 28-Sep 28 | Glasgow
How to access available finance to cut costs and grow your business (Fife)
Oct 3-Oct 3
Green Champions Training
Oct 4-Oct 4 | Leven
Priorities for developing energy efficiency in Scotland
Oct 5

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What’s new

Sustainable Business Week is coming to Fife Launch of Sustainable Islands International Programme OLEV £23 million Hydrogen Transport Programme Resource Efficient Scotland - SME loan fund Go-ahead for £2 billion Neart na Gaoithe offshore windfarm: 500 direct jobs and clean energy for Scotland

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