Following two recent energy award wins for its pioneering SHARC Energy waste water heating project, Borders College was delighted to learn that the successful project has been commended at parliamentary level.

Following two recent energy award wins for its pioneering SHARC Energy waste water heating project, Borders College was delighted to learn that the successful project has been commended at parliamentary level.

A number of MSPs backed a motion filed by Michelle Ballantyne, Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party MSP for South Scotland, informing members of parliament of the College’s success at the Green Gown Awards (where they took the title of Best Newcomer), noting that these awards recognise exceptional sustainability initiatives by universities and colleges and commending Borders College on the achievement.

The College continues to work closely with SHARC Energy to further develop the project and improve efficiencies.

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