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Cairnlea Parish Church

Technology: air source heat pump

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Nairn Community and Arts Centre

Project name: Nairn Community and Arts Centre

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ALoMCP: a note for local and community renewable energy generators

Guidance about the Accelerated Loss of Mains Change Programme (ALoMCP) for local and community renewable energy generators.

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Requesting quotations from installers

Applying for CARES funding? We’ve put together some text that you can use when contacting installers for quotations.

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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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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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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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Outer Hebrides Hydrogen Market Study

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (CnES) is the local council for the Outer Hebrides. CnES was supported by CARES to explore the development of a hydrogen eco...

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ParkPower feasibility study

ParkPower is a programme led by Greenspace Scotland with partner organisations Falkirk Council, North Lanarkshire Council and Falkirk Community Trust....

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Trees for Life

Trees for Life (TFL) is a registered Scottish charity with offices in Findhorn Bay and a 10,000-acre conservation estate in Dundreggan, 35 miles south...

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