Welton of Creuchies

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Welton of Creuchies

A local landowner and the renewable energy company Greencat renewables have offered a 10% stake in this project to Airlie Street Hall Association (ASHA). Scene has been working with ASHA since 2015 to make this a reality. The project is set to be commissioned by the end of 2016.

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Crossdykes Shared Ownership

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Crossdykes Shared Ownership

Developer Muirhall Energy has made 10% stakes in two of their wind farms available to nearby communities. Commissioned by Upper Eskdale Development Group in 2015, Scene have been working with several local groups - looking to ready them to be in a position to take up the shared ownership offer if the projects receive planning permission

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Sutherland Hydro

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Sutherland Hydro

In 2015, Scene conducted a detailed feasibility study for a local community group, providing options for a small scale hydropower project near Kyle of Sutherland, in the Scottish Highlands. Several designs were created, ranging from 95kW to 450kW.

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Perthshire Community Wind Farm

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Perthshire Community Wind Farm

Aiding a Perthshire-based community organisation to plan and negotiate the aquisition of a large scale wind farm - with the potential to be the largest community owned wind farm in the UK.

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Hartwood Farm Demonstrator

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Hartwood Farm Demonstrator

Scene are currently working in partnership with the James Hutton Institute to develop a demonstrator project at a North Lanarkshire farm, involving multiple renewable electric and heat technologies.

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Stewart Energy

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Stewart Energy

Scene assisted and supported a South Lanarkshire development trust in planning and commissioning three wind turbines, with the first due to be comissioned in 2014

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PGL Community Turbines

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PGL Community Turbines

Project support, from conception through planning, of a two turbine development in Inverness-shire. The project was formed by two community organisations based in Edinburgh, with the support of local Highland communities.

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