Gallery: Whiskey to Energy Project in Scotland Gets the Green Light for...


The contracts have been signed, and the plan is set – by 2013 Rothes, Speyside, Scotland will be home to a new bioenergy venture that will turn whiskey into power.  The region boats over 50 distilleries, making it the perfect base for the plant, called the Rothes Project. Using wood chips and waste from the distilling process, the new plant, a venture by Helius Energy and the Combination of Rothes Distillers, will produce enough energy to power 9,000 homes.

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