RRAAF: Art through community energy
Community Energy Scotalnd's report for the Radical renewable Art and Activism Fund (RRAAF) was published today.
RRAAF aim to establish a new community energy project in or near to Glasgow, the proceeds of which will create a new 'no strings attached' grant scheme for art-activist projects.
The report outlines opportunities and suggests first steps for RRAAF and other groups thinking about developing new community energy projects in Scotland.
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