The Scottish Government has world-leading targets for the generation of renewable energy1. It also intends that communities should be given the opportunity to invest in developments and have a direct stake in the energy being generated2. This summary report presents the analysis of a research project, commissioned by Scottish Government Onshore Renewables and Community Energy Team, exploring the factors which support and limit the ability of communities to invest in commercial renewable energy schemes. A full report is also available; this report summaries the key findings and recommendations.
|Number of pages||14|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|