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Local Renewable Energy Event

March 2, 2015

We’ve been contacted by our colleagues over at Local Energy Scotland, about an event coming up that they thought could be of interest to some of you. If you’re interested in community led energy generation, this could be right up your street!

Here’s what Local Energy Scotland have to say about the event:

Is your community looking to generate a sustainable income? Have you thought about a renewable energy project, but don’t know where to start?

Local Energy Scotland Local Energy Scotland delivers the Scottish Government’s Community and Renewable Energy Scheme. By attending Local Energy Scotland’s annual free conference on the 17th/18th of March in Stirling, you can find out more about community renewable energy projects. The conference will present and explore the advice and financial support available to help you get involved in starting your own project to create long-term community revenue.

Day 1 will involve discussions from successful community energy projects, while Day 2 has been specifically designed as an introduction to community renewable energy for those new to the sector. You may choose to attend day 1, day 2 or both days of the event.

The event will be held at The Golden Lion Hotel, 8-10 King Street, Stirling, FK8 1DQ.

You can find full details of the conference programme and book your place here or call 0808 808 2288 to find out more.

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  1. Theda Emmerich permalink
    March 5, 2015 12:17 pm

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