Green Economy Fund Case Studies

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HALO

This regeneration project offered an opportunity to explore the interaction between multiple renewable and low carbon technologies in a flagship business site.

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Edinburgh World Heritage

Edinburgh World Heritage (EWH) applied for funding to support a complex energy efficiency improvement project in a post-war block of flats.

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Food Train

Our grants enabled the replacement of nine ageing diesel vans with 100% electric alternatives and seven vehicle charging points.

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Energy Skills Partnership (ESP)

ESP applied for funding to develop a network of training centres focused on renewables and energy efficiency.

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Community Transport Glasgow

Community Transport Glasgow (CTG) applied for funding to upgrade its ageing fleet from diesel to low-carbon passenger vehicles.

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Dumfries and Galloway College

The GEF provided £195,000 in funding. This enabled the college to purchase a wider range of renewable and energy efficient technologies than they’d have been able to otherwise.

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Saughton Park

Saughton Park was awarded almost £500,000 from our £20 million Green Economy Fund to support the installation of a micro-hydro scheme, a low carbon energy solution that is the first of its kind in the country.

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Warmworks

Warmworks Scotland is installing battery storage technology in around 150 off-gas homes in Dumfries and Galloway, following funding of £1.25milion from the GEF. This project is helping families in social housing save up to 70% off the cost of their energy bills each month since the project kicked off last year.

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