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Reading Community Energy Society
Installed community funded solar panels on 14 community buildings. A recent share offer enabled it to install solar panels on a further 5 buildings. Looking to raise funds to install solar panels on further pre-registered buildings.
Edinburgh Community Solar Co-operative
Installed community funded solar panels on 25 council owned schools and community buildings in the city Edinburgh. Pre-registered a further 11 buildings to install roof top solar.
Wey Valley Solar Schools Energy Co-operative
Installed community funded solar panels on 11 schools
Pre-registered 15 schools and 1 church to install roof top solar.
The Highland Community Energy Society
Raised community funds to install two small hydro projects in the Highlands.
Planning obtained for a further 2 hydro plants. Expecting a further share offer late 2019.
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