Glenskinno Biofuels holding another open day with Absolute
August Open Day at North East Scotland’s Largest Wood Chip Drying Facility
Following on from their successful Open Day in April, the pioneering renewable energy hub at Glenskinno Farm, with the largest wood chip drying facility in North East Scotland, is once again opening its doors on Tuesday 30th August to welcome agricultural and rural business owners from across Scotland to showcase its brand new CHP system.
Absolute partnered with the Gall family at Glenskinno Farm to enable them to diversify their business through installing tailored renewable energy solutions. By installing the biomass, CHP and wind turbine on site, this project has provided a platform for the innovative landowners to grow their business and become more sustainable by reducing costs and generating significant new income.
The Open Day is hosted by the Gall Family in partnership with Absolute and is a fantastic opportunity to see five revolutionary biomass boilers in action drying the wood chip as well as a state of the art CHP system and wind turbine.
Iain Gall, Glenskinno Farm said:
“Following our last Open Day we have increased our capacity to deliver at the farm by 30% through the installation of our new CHP system. We hope that this Open Day will be just as successful as we want to share our experiences with like-minded business owners to showcase the ways in which renewable energy can benefit their business.”
Graham Provest, Managing Director, Absolute said:
“We have installed a series of tailored renewable energy solutions for Glenskinno that enables them to be a truly off-grid business. We’re proud of how we have supported them to grow their business and look forward to showcasing at the Open Day how our renewable energy products can support rural and agricultural businesses to diversify and grow.”
Places at the Glenskinno Farm Open Day can be booked in advance by calling Harry Taylor at Absolute on 0141 530 7644.