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Tours on the Glenlee 

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19 April 2021

The Guided Tours of the Glenlee have started again!  A tour will run each week. You don't need to be part of a Group, just book and turn-up.

These Tours will be at 11 a.m. each Tuesday. And booking will be on-line.

Please bring a face covering! The Tour will cover Glenlee in many aspects including how she was built, how she was sailed and what she carried and her restoration.

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Colin Gibson 1942 - 2021 

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12 April 2021

NMIS launches new scheme to support STEM graduates into employment amid pandemic 

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09 April 2021


The National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) announced that it will be offering 30 recent STEM graduates from across Scotland the chance to work with its engineers and researchers.


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30-year electrification programme central to decarbonising UK’s railways 

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07 April 2021

A 30-year programme of rail electrification coupled with developing hydrogen and battery technologies are central plans unveiled by the government's Transport Committee to decarbonise the nation's railways.



Dounreay bid suggested for fusion power plant 

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05 April 2021

Highland councillors are to discuss making a bid for a prototype fusion power plant to be built in Caithness.



10 MW renewable energy solution fueled by biogas from Latin America’s largest landfill site to be delivered by Aggreko 

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02 April 2021

Aggreko has signed a seven-year contract with Brazilian energy company EVA Energia for a 10 MW renewable power solution using landfill gas. 

Wood wins £88m Chinese refinery expansion deal 

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31 March 2021

Scottish engineering firm Wood has won a contract worth more than $120m (£88.2m) to expand a Chinese refinery.



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