Turning On the Lights from Under the Table

Finally, an alternative energy source worth pursuing:

It is the spirit that powers the Scottish economy, and now whisky is to be used to create electricity for homes in a new bioenergy venture involving some of Scotland’s best-known distilleries.

Contracts have recently been awarded for the construction of a biomass combined heat and power plant at Rothes in Speyside that by 2013 will use the by-products of the whisky-making process for energy production.

I, for one, will do everything in my power to ensure that Scotland never runs out of Scotch byproducts.

Best part? Speysides are my faves.