The Scottish Power Green Energy Trust (UK) have funding for community groups to install renewable technologies. It may be worth having a look: here is what we have been sent:
Local community groups and not for profit organisations and charities within the UK can apply for grants for the installation of renewable technologies. The funding which is available through the Scottish Power Green Energy Trust will provide grants of up to 25,000 (but most projects receive around £10,000) for up to half the cost of the chosen renewable technology. The maximum amount would only be awarded to exceptional projects that tick all the boxes and demonstrate real value for money. Projects also need to have a really strong community benefit and wider educational element.
The Trust considers all kinds of renewable technologies, including small-scale hydro, wind power, biomass, landfill gas, solar energy and ground source heat pumps. Applications involving other technologies may also qualify for support. Grant requests must be to support the capital and installation costs of a renewable energy project.
The Trust meets twice a year to consider applications – usually during the first week of April and October and applications should be submitted as soo n as possible.
You can read more information on the Scottish Green Energy Trust on their website.