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15 Apr 2008 05:04:06

Micro-renewables course developed



Micro-renewables course developed
A new micro-renewables course will soon be available for students at Inverness College, it has emerged.

The course is part of eight new programmes of study being developed for the academic institution.

Others include creative industry, forestry, science and engineering and students may begin their studies as early as next year, according to the Inverness Courier.

The college is currently working towards attaining the power to award degrees - and if the scheme is approved by the Scottish government and the UK government's privy council, Inverness students could receive degrees from the University of the Highlands and Islands Millennium Institute within a year.

According to Friends of the Earth Scotland, there is "huge potential" for the development of small-scale renewable energy in the country.

The group is currently campaigning for micropower to be the standard in all new-build homes and for tighter building regulations to improve the energy efficiency of all buildings.ADNFCR-1235-ID-18553207-ADNFCR


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