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Legal structures and governance considerations in community heating

Learn about the starting points to consider at the beginning of a community heating project.

Funding

Community Energy Generation Growth Fund

This is a £1.5 million grant fund to support community groups across Scotland to develop wind, solar PV and other types of renewable energy generatio...

Case study

Duns Swimming Pool

Duns Swimming Pool is a rural swimming pool and leisure centre in Langtongate, Duns in the Scottish Borders. The Trust had ambitions to reduce its ene...

Case study

Buchanan Community Hydro

Buchanan is a proud, rural Scottish community on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond. The local community, which has a long history, is eager to play its ...

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Community shared ownership market engagement report

The Scottish Government’s Energy Strategy outlined its ambition to see communities benefit from the development of onshore renewables in their local...

Case study

Peedie Kirk United Reformed Church

In October 2018, members of Peedie Kirk United Reformed Church in Kirkwall asked Resource Efficient Scotland (now Business Energy Scotland) for advice...

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Recommendations to communities, from communities

Part of our Community Benefits income for net zero resource. This section looks at recommendations by communities to others.

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Case study: Fintry Development Trust

Part of our Community Benefits income for net zero resource. This section looks at Fintry Development Trust's case study.

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Case study: BeGreen Dunbar

Part of our Community Benefits income for net zero resource. This section looks at BeGreen Dunbar's case study.

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Case study: Clydesdale Community Energy Transition Co.

Part of our Community Benefits income for net zero resource. This section looks at Clydesdale Community Energy Transition Co's case study.

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Why spend community benefits on net zero projects?

Part of our Community Benefits income for net zero resource. This section looks at why to spend community benefits on net zero projects.

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