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Managing Change in the Historic Environment: Micro-renewables, published on 1 June 2016 by Historic Scotland, states: ‘‘Micro-renewables’ are small-scale non-commercial renewables commonly using systems of up to 50kW in power.’
Where ‘renewables’ are: ‘replenishable zero- or low-carbon energy technologies, in contrast to fossil fuels, which are finite energy sources. Renewable energy sources include: solar, wind, hydro, thermal (ground, water, air), biomass and combined heat and power.’
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