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With a target of 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2050 and a challenging interim target of 42% reduction by 2020, Scotland’s Climate Change Bill is widely recognised as world leading in its ambition.

This represents both a real opportunity and a major challenge for businesses. Green Business Fife is here to provide support and help.

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Netregs - Guidance

Generating and using renewable energy is one way that businesses can potentially save money and reduce their contribution to climate change from greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide.

The Green Network for Business

We learn best when we learn from each other, which is Resource Efficient Scotland have devised their green network, allowing you to plug into a network of like-minded organisations and see resource efficiency in action.

UK wind power capacity to nearly double by 2030, industry says

The UK's offshore wind power capacity is set to nearly double over the next decade, as a result of a new government initiative, according to the industry.

Plastics innovation: towards zero waste

UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £4 million to develop new solutions to reduce persistent plastics entering our environment.

Deposit return scheme - Consultation

The Scottish Government and Zero Waste Scotland want to hear your views on the deposit return scheme which is due to be introduced in Scotland.

What’s on

Smart Energy Systems and Communities
Sep 13-Sep 13 | Methil
SHFCA 10th Annual Conference: Delivering Scotland’s Energy and Climate Targets
Sep 26-Sep 26 | Dundee
SR Marine Conference 2018
Sep 26-Sep 26 | Edinburgh
Technical Export Training
Oct 25-Oct 25 | Kirkcaldy
Floating Offshore Wind UK 2018
Oct 30 | Aberdeen

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What’s new

UK wind power capacity to nearly double by 2030, industry says Plastics innovation: towards zero waste Deposit return scheme - Consultation Fife Council Consultation - Low Carbon Issues Open grant funding competition: round 2

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