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Fife shines a light on Earth Hour campaign by saving energy.Earth Hour, which is run by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), will see cities, communities and landmarks across the globe take part in the initiative, and Fife Council is urging Fifers to do the same.
nextGenergy have been awarded a National Silver Award by The Green Organisation at the Scottish Green Apple Awards.
Stage one of the planning process has been lodged to develop a district heat
scheme in Glenrothes.
This will supply low carbon heat to a range of business, community, public sector and domestic customers in the centre of Glenrothes.
University chiefs have unveiled campus development plans which could see 500 jobs being created in Fife.
Proposals worth £24 million by the University of St Andrews as part of the Tay Cities deal would result in the new posts being made at the Eden campus in Guardbridge.