Atlantis > provides technical services for marine and offshore operations - and has an extensive set of links to a wide range of pages of maritime sites.
This Edinburgh-based Company is independent rather than attached to one solar panel manufacturer alone. Their site engineers assess the best PV System for your property and their time-served roofers do the actual solar panel installation. They provide renewable installations at competitive prices for Commercial, Agricultural and Domestic customers. Their range includes: Solar PV – on- and off-grid, Biomass, Solar Thermal, Heat Pumps, Insulation, small-scale Hydro and Wind Power.
This is the leading professional body for the energy industries and has a list of oil related web sites.
This is a comprehensive Online Database of over 900 companies in North East Scotland involved in the oil and gas industry throughout the world.
STATS UK Ltd is headquartered in Aberdeen, and is a specialist engineering company that provides the oil, gas and petrochemical industries with a comprehensive range of piping repair, integrity, isolation and test product based services. Part of the STATS Group of Companies, they have operational bases in Scandinavia & Trinidad and Tobago, together with representation in the Middle East, the Far East, West Africa and the Caspian Region.
Scottish Hydro-Electric is situated in some of the most scenic parts of Scotland and the well illustrated guide to the various power stations takes full advantage of these locations with well chosen graphics.
A specialist 'one-stop-shop' for all things energy-wise. They aim to reduce your business energy consumption and services include energy auditing, heating, energy brokerage, lighting generally, water saving and Climate Change Levy.
This is a new organisation replacing East of Scotland Water, North of Scotland Water and West of Scotland Water and it provides water and waste water services to household and business customers across Scotland - one third of the land area of Britain.
These pages not only provide information about the company but also give visitors a virtual tour of the nuclear power stations at Hunterston B and Torness. These are heavy graphics, however.
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