The village of Brae is on the north mainland of Shetland, on a narrow isthmus that separates the mainland from Northmavine. The small fishing village expanded rapidly in the 1970s and 1980s with the construction of the nearby oil terminal at Sullom Voe and now has a population of over 700 people.

The Local Energy Plan for Brae has been developed to help the community to look at its existing and future energy needs in terms of power, heat and transport and work out the priorities for action.

Read the full Local Energy Plan for Brae >