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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...

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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...

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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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Alford and District Men’s Shed

Technologies: thermal and battery storge, air source heat pumps Location: Aberdeenshire CARES funding: £84,875.50 capital grant Alford and District M...

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Oakwood visitor centre

Sunart Community Company (SCC) is a registered Scottish charity based in Strontian, on the north shore of Loch Sunart in the highlands. Its mission st...

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St Ninian’s RC Church

St Ninian’s RC Parish Church, situated in the west of Dundee and built in the 1960s, is in the Diocese of Dunkeld and serves the community of Menzie...

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Acharacle Community Centre

Location: Acharacle, Highland

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Dunblane bowling club

Technology: solar photovoltaic (PV) panels

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Roy Bridge School House project

Technology: air source heat pump

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Findon Hall

Technology: air-to-air heat pump and solar panels

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Eaglesham Bowling Club

Technology: 4kW solar photovoltaic (PV) panels Location: Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire CARES funding: £4,021.71 capital grant Date installed/operation...

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CentreStage village

Technology: solar photovoltaic (PV) panels Location: Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire CARES funding: £19,488.70 capital grant Date installed/operational: Se...

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