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Orkney’s northern outer isles communities now have access to a handy car club site near the ferry terminals at Kirkwall pier so they no longer need to take their own vehicles on board when heading to Orkney Mainland. This is the latest development by Community Energy Scotland as part of our role in the ReFLEX project that directly benefits more remote communities. Co-Wheels Orkney Car Club already manages three car hire sites around Orkney Mainland,
Scotland’s Climate Assembly intends bringing together people from all walks of life, from across Scotland, to learn about and discuss the question, ‘How should Scotland change to tackle the climate emergency in an effective and fair way?’ On the weekend of 24th and 25th January 2021 the group hosted a live webinar with contributions from key speakers regarding the challenges faced by communities in light of today’s climate challenge. See Community Energy Scotland’s video contribution
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Orkney’s northern outer isles communities now have access to a handy car club site near the ferry terminals at Kirkwall pier so they no longer
The second annual Scottish Highlands and Islands Renewable Energy Awards celebrated the very best of the region’s green energy sector in a virtual event on
Disappointing SSE announcement that there is to be no upgrade for cable between Harris and Skye.
The UK’s largest annual renewable and low carbon energy exhibition and conference 2021 has been confirmed to take place on 18 & 19 August next year at the SEC in Glasgow.
Community Energy Scotland have issued a joint invitation, along with Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales, for tenders for the design and delivery of
In this report, citing communities as a key focal point, Scottish Renewables (SR) makes strong recommendations for a net-zero energy commission, and radical reviews at
A new handbook from Friends of the Earth Europe offers useful information, tips and links to enable community-led renewable energy action. Using expertise from 27
The next funding round of the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewables Energy Scheme (CARES) is now open. Communities, public sector organisations and rural businesses looking