Bell Ingram Sew Seeds Of Knowledge In Scotland PR Spotlight
Leading Scottish paper The Herald have quoted the expertise of Bell Ingram in an article on microgeneration projects and environmental investment opportunities.
Bell Ingram held a recent series of three one-day investment sessions to help cut through confusion surrounding small scale renewables schemes, known as microgeneration projects, and attracted record numbers.
Interest in developing renewables projects in Scotland for investment or power generation is proving popular with expert advice on hand in a series of seminars.
The fact-filled, straight talking events were held in Inverness, Oban and Perth and have attracted attention from farmers, landowners and leisure operators, all interested in benefiting from the rural renewables revolution.
The seminars covered a range of topics including generating electricity as part of the Government’s Feed in Tariff Scheme, funding for wind and hydro microgeneration schemes and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Joe Ferguson, a consultant with Bell Ingram, said in the article, “There are two schemes in particular. The Feed In Tariff is already up and running and pays people, via their energy supplier, to generate electricity. The Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme will do for heat what the Feed In Tariff scheme does for electricity.”
Bell Ingram has built a respected and trusted name in rural land and property matters since the firm was established in Perth 112 years ago. The firm began acting for large scale renewables projects – mainly windfarms – more than 15 years ago and began providing specialist microgeneration advice more than three years ago.