David McPhee

Renewables/Energy Transition

Scottish renewables firm gets green light for whisky fuel plant


A COMPANY has got the go-ahead to build a new plant at Scotland’s oil port of Grangemouth -- to make a petrol substitute from whisky residue. Celtic Renewables Ltd announced today/yesterday [TUES] that it had secured planning permission from Falkirk Council to build a commercial demonstrator plant, which will produce over half a million litres of the biofuel each year.