Big changes are coming
The Forth Valley area was once at the heart of the industrial revolution. Home to the powerhouses of coal mining and steel works and with a long history in the global oil industry, innovation was also a part of our industrial landscape. James Watt worked on his revolutionary steam engine at Bo’Ness near Falkirk and the inventor of the first television, John Logie Baird, had strong connections to Falkirk.
Now, the Forth Valley aims to be at the forefront of the green revolution. After centuries of relying on polluting heavy industries, the manufacturers and energy companies operating in our area are developing and adopting innovative technologies to reduce their own carbon emissions and help others around the globe reduce theirs too. Plus, a raft of new businesses committed to a green, carbon neutral future have made the area their home.
Scotland's canal network is facing its own challenges from climate change and the drive to achieve net zero in Scotland by 2045. Over the last 20 years Scottish Canals has been delivering a renaissance of the nation’s inland waterways. The once disused and derelict...
INEOS and Plastic Energy are working together on a trial to convert ‘hard to recycle plastic material’, such as flexible packaging, back into ‘food-grade’ quality plastic.
Cleantech innovator Celtic Renewables, has launched a crowdfunding investment campaign to fund global expansion plans.
Hydrogen presents the Forth Valley with an incredible net-zero opportunity thanks to our existing industrial base and skilled workforce.
Liverpool City Region is first to order Alexander Dennis Ltd’s H2.0 second-generation hydrogen buses
Liverpool City Region orders 20 zero-emission hydrogen double deck buses from Alexander Dennis Ltd.
Forth Valley for Net Zero supporter, Forth Valley College, has been named as a Finalist in the prestigious Green Gown Awards for 2021.