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Innovative energy systems

An overview of four examples of innovative electricity projects funded under the Local Energy Challenge Fund.

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Development of hydrogen projects in Scotland

The report is structured as an introduction to the three individual projects and an analysis of lessons learned as outlined by interview respondents f...

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Learning from the Local Energy Challenge Fund

This is an overview of four examples of innovative electricity projects funded under the Scottish Government’s Local Energy Challenge Fund (LECF), a...

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ACCESS: Assisting Communities to Connect to Electric Sustainable Sources

ACCESS (Assisting Communities to Connect to Electric Sustainable Sources) was a project launched by Community Energy Scotland in cooperation with proj...

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Tower Power

Tower Power was led by Community Energy Scotland working in partnership with Our Power, Energy Local, TMA, Glasgow City Council and City of Edinburgh ...

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EastHeat

EastHeat (Edinburgh and Surrounding Towns Heat Energy Action through Thermal-Storage) was a project led by Sunamp Ltd in partnership with Castle Rock ...

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Outer Hebrides Local Energy Hub

The Outer Hebrides Local Energy Hub (OHLEH) is a multi-sector partnership comprising the Scottish Salmon Company (SSC), Pure Energy Centre, Community ...

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The Algal Solution for Local Energy Economy (ASLEE)

The Algal Solution for Local Economy (ASLEE) partnership project looks to boost the economy in rural Scotland by using renewable power when and where ...

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Energyzing Insch

Project lead: Insch Renewable Energy Consortium

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SMART for Fintry

Project Lead: Fintry Development Trust

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River Tay Heat Pump District Heating

Project lead: Perth and Kinross Council

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Ensuring Future Energy Security for Knoydart

Project lead: Power Migration Partners Ltd

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