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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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The Shieling Project

Technology: 3.15kW solar PV panels plus 3.8kWh LifePO battery, and biomass system (30 kW log boiler)

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Glasgow Community Energy

Technology: 91kW Solar PV panels

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Nairn Community and Arts Centre

Project name: Nairn Community and Arts Centre

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Invitation to Tender (ITT) template: solar 50kW feasibility, design and development

Invitation to Tender (ITT) templates contain outline work briefs for consultants for specific stages of project development.

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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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Loch Ness Hub

During 2017 and 2018, led by Soirbheas, a steering group of local community representatives and stakeholders from Drumnadrochit developed a local ener...

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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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Solar Connected Communities: West Kilbride Community Association

West Kilbride Community Association (WKCA) is a charitable organisation, regulated by the Office of the Scottish Charity Register (OSCR). Its main aim...

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Solar panels (solar PV)

This module introduces you to the different ways you can develop a solar photovoltaic (PV) project, including a step-by-step guide.

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Machrihanish Airbase Community Company (MACC)

Established in March 2008, Machrihanish Airbase Community Company (MACC) purchased the former RAF Machrihanish airbase in May 2012 from the Ministry o...

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