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Shirley Patterson nextGenergy

Generating Savings

Shirley Paterson’s interest in energy efficiency began some 40 years ago on a visit to The Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales whilst on a family holiday. Today, she’s the proud owner of her own business – nextGenergy – which helps customers cut their energy bills by offering advice and recommendations to implement energy-saving improvements.

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Funding Support Helps Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland With Refurbishment Plans

Fife Investment Fund Helps Support Extensive Refurbishment

Townhill is the headquarters of Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland, which has undergone an extensive refurbishment and renovation of its facilities. At a cost of £180,000 the centre has been modernised to provide accessibility for all users – children and adults who use the facility to learn, train, coach and develop skills; as well as the creation of a contemporary glazed extension overlooking the Loch.

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Key-Tech Invests To Seek New Opportunities

Key-Tech Electronic Systems Ltd is celebrating its 21st year in business. Looking ahead to the future, there are noteworthy opportunities, which the Kirkcaldy-based business is seeking to maximise following significant investment.

Key-Tech Electronic Systems Ltd, a privately owned sub-contract manufacturer of electromechanical equipment, invested £500,000 in two new Yamaha Modular Surface Mount machines at the beginning of the year, to advance its production ambitions as it seeks to target new markets and projects.

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Bridge Biotechnology Shaping Up For Growth

Bridge Biotechnology, one of just a few companies in the world to have created low carbon technology for traditional disinfection and water purification technology, is preparing for a period of growth thanks to help and advice from Business Gateway Fife.

Dunfermline-based Bridge Biotechnology is gearing up for a period of growth having doubled its commercial portfolio since its launch in 2013.

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Fife-based AJS Production Ltd has increased its turnover significantly after seeing its order book overflow.

The structural fabrication company, set up by Raymond Imrie and Andrew Skocz in June 2013, has been making waves in the renewable energy sector after it secured a major contract with a large renewable energy developers last December.

After successfully fabricating subsea structures for three of the company’s tidal energy converter units, the company then awarded AJS the contract to supply three nacelles, intricate and crucial elements of the complete turbines.

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Business Gateway Fife offers professional resources and support no matter what stage a business is at. For PodoFit, a well established business, its approach to Business Gateway Fife has proven beneficial, with advice and assistance to support the opening of its new premises in Market Street, St Andrews.

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