Councils benefit from cost-cutting building energy micro-management

A wind of change is surging through a council as it seeks to exploit the energy efficiency market. Fife Council plans to use wind turbines to generate income and reduce emissions. It also estimates wind power would cut the council’s energy costs, which for the 2010/2011 financial year were £22 million. It stated: “The council should be looking at operating these turbines as part of our renewable energy strategy, as well as looking at what other opportunities there are in terms of renewable energy.”

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