Forth Valley for Net Zero
Forth Valley for Net Zero counts down to UN Climate Change Conference COP26 in Glasgow in November and marks the start of a decade of delivery in the area to drive down emissions to meet Net Zero targets.
The aim of the campaign is to showcase what businesses and local authorities are doing now to help achieve Net Zero and attract COP26 delegates into the area to find out more about the technological and process innovations taking place that will help them meet their Net Zero targets.
Forth Valley business and communities are driving a new green revolution to help tackle climate change. For more info go to Forth Valley for Net Zero
Falkirk Stadium EV Hub
Falkirk electric vehicle (EV) charging station, with capacity for 26 electric vehicles is one of the largest EV Hubs in Scotland. The EV station generates over 30% of the required electricity to power the facility from its solar canopy of 1272 panels, saving 75 tonnes of carbon annually .
The facility is located at Falkirk Football Stadium and is adjacent to the world-famous Kelpies in Helix Park. The hub which is part of the Electric A9 initiative is easily accessible from the A9/M9 and is only 22 minutes from Edinburgh Airport; 20 minutes from Stirling Castle; 36 minutes from Glasgow and just 13 minutes from The Falkirk Wheel.