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The college is participating in the research stage of 'Taigh Zero', an initiative that involves renovating empty houses in the Scottish Islands, and substituting the traditional add-on unit with a zero-energy standard extension. These are usually old croft houses with very poor energy efficiency and as such difficult to heat effectively.
Aiming to improve energy efficiency of abandoned homes, by building zero-energy units, the project supports SDG7.
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