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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 Location: Glasgow City CARES funding: £59,255 capital loan and enablement grant Date installed/operational: Septembe...

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Nairn Community and Arts Centre

Project name: Nairn Community and Arts Centre


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.


Requesting quotations from installers

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


Project model: solar PV installation on a community building

This project model is aimed at local communities looking to install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on a community building.

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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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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...


Solar panels (solar PV)

The solar PV 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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