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Ardross Community Hall

Technology: solar photovoltaic (PV) panels

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ISKCON Scotland

Technologies: air source heat pumps, solar PV array, solar water heaters, energy storage Location: Lesmahagow, South Lanarkshire CARES funding: £50,7...

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Inch Park Community Sports Club

Technologies: Solar PV, LED lighting Location: Inch Park Community Sports Club, Edinburgh CARES funding: £8,280 capital grant, Let’s Do Net Zero Co...

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Eckford Village Hall

Technology: air-to-air heat pump Location: Eckford, Scottish Borders CARES funding: CARES capital grant of £9,210 Date installed/operational: Decembe...


Let’s Do Net Zero Community Buildings Fund

How much is available? Grant funding is available for up to 80% of eligible costs up to a maximum of £80,000. The inclusion or exclusion of VAT in C...

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Cairnlea Parish Church

Technology: air source heat pump

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Strathaven Airfield

Strathaven Airfield is Scotland’s oldest continually used airstrip and the third oldest operational airfield on the west of Scotland mainland. It wa...

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Cullen Community and Residential Centre

The Cullen Community and Residential Centre in Cullen, Moray, provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor facilities for community groups, activities ...

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Nairn Community and Arts Centre

Project name: Nairn Community and Arts Centre

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Sandwell community workshop solar PV system

CLEAR (Community-led Environmental Action for Regeneration) Buckhaven and Methil is a registered Scottish charity based in Fife. Its aims are to impro...

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Glenurquhart Centre

During 2017 and 2018, a steering group of local community representatives and stakeholders from Drumnadrochit developed a local energy plan. This was ...

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St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh

St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral is a prominent building in the West End of Edinburgh. Built in the nineteenth century in the Gothic style, it is now a...

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