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Scotland's oldest university is aiming to be energy self-sufficient by 2016. Catherine Early reportsA paper mill had been operating in the village of Guardbridge outside St Andrews in Fife for more than 130 years when it closed in 2008. One reason for its demise was the rising cost of energy, ironic
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