Community Energy Scotland

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"Community Energy Scotland has provided funding for over 200 capital projects, installing a variety of renewable energy technologies to help communities reduce their energy costs and carbon emissions. Often tiny by commercial wind farm standards, these energy projects are very significant for small community groups, relying largely on voluntary commitment to drive them forward. The projects offer the prospect of long-term revenue to many struggling communities. One example is the Isle of Eigg Electrification Project that has integrated multiple renewable energy sources to a grid system to supply an isolated and scattered small community."