ISS plots carbon-neutral future for Scots council

18 March 2016 | Jamie Harris

ISS has won a contract to provide energy services at Aberdeenshire Council.

The contract, which is to run for three years with an optional two-year extension, sees ISS responsible for energy management and monitoring, building management systems and water management across 930 council buildings in the Scottish region.

Aberdeenshire Council has set a target to achieve carbon-neutral status by 2030. The authority covers a community of more than 230,000 people.

Aneysha Minocha, energy services director, ISS Technical Services, said: We are very excited about this contract, which is a landmark project for the public sector. This type of programme is a prime example of why Scottish organisations such as Aberdeenshire Council are seen to lead the way in adopting green energy principles.”

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