Renewables projects set to see more local community ownership

Spackman, Paul
July 2014
Farmers Weekly;7/18/2014, Vol. 161 Issue 27, p63
Trade Publication
The article discusses the trend for shared ownership of large-scale renewable energy projects between developers and local communities in Great Britain. Topics discussed include the British government's aim for renewable energy developers to offer communities the chance to purchase into larger projects by 2015 and an overview of the Shared Ownership Taskforce Action Plan's outlining of shared ownership and various investment models that could be used.


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