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Examples of programme support

This page sets out what we will expect as outcomes for three possible heat development projects for the community heat development programme. Differen...

Funding

Community heat development programme

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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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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...

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Cairnlea Parish Church

Technology: air source heat pump

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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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Loch Ness Hub

Project name: Loch Ness Hub Technology: 5.2 kWp Solar photovoltaic (PV) system and a 7kW air source heat pump Location: Drumnadrochit, Inverness-shire...

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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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The Aboyne and Mid-Deeside Community Shed

Aboyne and District Men’s Shed, a registered charity, was formed in June 2016 to further the aims of the Men’s Sheds Association. However, it soon...

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Aberlady Community Association

Aberlady Village Hall is a traditional stone building with slate roof and is around 130 years old. The village hall is a well-used community asset and...

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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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Caol District Heating Scheme

Project lead: Highland Council

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