Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond has announced £2.67m ($4.27m) is to be invested in three district heating projects in Glasgow and Dunfermline.
The schemes could enable cheaper fuel bills for the citizens living in the designated areas. At the Wyndford estate in Maryhill – where the First Minister officially launched the scheme today – tenants are expected to save up to 25 per cent on their fuel bills as a result of the new technology.
The funding will help support two schemes in Glasgow at the Cube Housing Association and the Commonwealth Games Village Heat Network Extension and extend an existing scheme in Dunfermline to cover Queen Margaret Hospital.
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