Shetland Heat Energy and Power uses logos on its letterheads and is entitled to display others.

The logo was selected from a Shetland-wide competition among school pupils. The blue represents the water which is circulated round the scheme taking heat and hot water to properties; green because the scheme is environmentally friendly and red for the heat produced. 

In October 2000 the scheme won the Engineering Council's Environment Award for Engineering Alternatives at a presentation in the Science Museum, London. awarded the attached performance certificate in 2012.  The purple flower rates the efficiency of the primary energy factor (heat from the incinerator which would otherwise be wasted), the green flower rates the use of renewable and surplus heat and the orange flower rates the scheme's CO2 emissions efficiency. The more the flower is coloured in, the better the rating.
This is the international symbol used for district heating. 

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