TWELVE projects to create local, green energy solutions have been awarded a share of £2.6 million through a government scheme to support low carbon energy. Projects in Glencoe, Callander, Aviemore, Stromness and St Andrews were amongst those to be awarded a share of the funding as part of the Scottish Government’s Low Carbon Infrastructure Transition Programme (LCITP). The schemes include low carbon heat provision at the University of the West of Scotland’s Ayr campus, energy efficient homes for older people in North Lanarkshire and an energy project in Glencoe Village.
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