Guardbridge Energy Centre
The Guardbridge Energy Centre is central to the University of St Andrews' strategic drive to become the UK’s first energy carbon neutral university. It will supplement other University carbon reducing projects such as electricity generation by wind turbines at the Kenly Farm site, and improvements to existing campus buildings to reduce their energy demand. The combination of all these strategies will create the first energy carbon neutral university in the UK and further enhance the University and Scotland as leaders in sustainable development.
The Guardbridge Energy Centre is the recipient of generous funding from the Scottish Government, and from the European Regional Development Fund.