Biomass business Scot Heat & Power, whose customers include Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh, the University of St Andrews, Aberdeenshire Council’s Aboyne Academy and Gleneagles, said it will unveil a multi-million-pound pipeline of work.
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The firm, which offers maintenance cover and services most types of biomass boilers, also said it recently set up a new base in Cumbria.
It added that it will be revealing its plans to diversify further with the introduction of a forestry and arboricultural specialism in rural estate and forestry management, which will enable it to provide practical help to landowners and land managers throughout the UK.
Scot Heat & Power managing director Malcolm Snowie said the business is looking to grow “both north and south of the Border”.