Global interest in the climate change agenda is building as we near the 26th Conference of Parties in Glasgow.
As part of their focus on COP26, Reuters visited Celtic Renewables to learn about the company’s process for converting low-carbon wastes and residues into high-value sustainable chemicals.
The Reuters crew filmed at the recently completed plant in Caledon Green located less than 30 mins from the COP venue in Glasgow and produced a short film about how Celtic Renewables is tackling climate change.
Two days were spent by the crew filming in various locations in Grangemouth, and the surrounding area surrounding including Glengoyne distillery and historic Edinburgh pub the Canny Mans, where company founder Prof Martin Tangney OBE was interviewed about his views on the upcoming UN climate change conference COP26.
The short feature has captured international media attention and local versions of it have been shown from across Europe to Vietnam.
Celtic Renewables has had a breakthrough year, following a very successful Crowdfunding raise in 2020 which allowed them to complete their first plant – the first biorefinery in the UK.