Scottish Enterprise

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Cullen Eco-Friendly Packaging Ltd has secured a £475,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise to enable the firm to extend its Glasgow premises to bring in new machinery to make them even more energy efficient and sustainable. The company takes the offcuts from the cardboard boxes it produces for su

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Work to create ONE SeedPod – the transformational industry innovation hub for Scotland’s food and drink industry – has started in Aberdeen, following the completion of the capital funding package and award of the construction contract.

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A suite of new reports published today by Scottish Enterprise reveals increasing potential demand for hydrogen as an alternative to fossil fuel in Scotland. Developing Scotland’s capacity to produce, distribute, store, use and export hydrogen is one component in the creation of a greener econo

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The topping out of Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc’s (MSIP) flagship Innovation Hub has taken place in Dundee today.

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Twelve Scottish companies have been successful in receiving a share of £560,000 to support the decarbonisation of heavy duty vehicles. A second challenge call for Zero Emissions Heavy Duty Vehicles was completed recently by Transport Scotland and Scottish Enterprise through its Can Do Innovati

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A state-of-the-art £36 million superfactory will secure the Scottish future of a company crucial to the whisky industry, thanks to £3.3m in funding. The huge investment includes a £3.3m grant from Scottish Enterprise and will see Guala Closures Ltd continue its operations here

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Scottish Enterprise has launched a Green Heat Hub Grand Challenge to encourage innovation around the green heat solutions of the future, from heat pumps to battery technology, that will lead to the creation of a centre and focal point for collaboration. The project invites consortia groups across in

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Battery cell manufacturer AMTE Power has selected Dundee as the preferred site for its first MegaFactory in a boost to the UK’s ambitions to produce homegrown battery cells for a net zero society. The new factory will directly create up to 215 high skilled on-site jobs and 800 more across

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A scheme to create an international rail cluster of excellence in Scotland has been extended following the success of the first phase. Scottish Enterprise has again appointed Scottish Engineering to continue connecting more Scottish SMEs and employers with train manufacturers, contractors, academics

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Employee-owned architecture firm Collective Architecture has launched a new studio in Glasgow’s Bath Street to coincide with its 25th anniversary. The first business of its kind in Scotland has just moved into the new 6,738 sq. ft. / 625 sq. m. studio at Albert Chambers, with the studio having

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A detailed guide to courses and training for individuals and companies focused on Scotland’s construction industry has been launched by industry collaboration body the Scottish Construction Leadership Forum (CLF). Officially known as the Built Environment Workforce Development Portal, the new

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