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Community Benefits?     Balancing                 local                 with Regional                          needs
www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/publications/
£620,000 p.a.www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/maps/community-benefit-fund/
Consensus?
300MW£2,000/MW 250MW£6,000/MW
2025                       £9m p.a.www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/maps/community-benefit-fund/
Public enquiry          543MW  If half is  consented…  £1.6m p.a.
Scotlandleading     the      way
Local, area,                                                                             highland trust    Trust fund,    ...
Conclusions1.   Scotland has some useful leadership2.   Close collaboration is key3.   There’s a very long way to go
“Community energy for development – progress and prospects”Regional Studies Association Community Ownership WorkshopRhondd...
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Presentation given to a conference on community renewable energy in March 2013

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  1. 1. Community Benefits? Balancing local with Regional needs
  2. 2. www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/publications/
  3. 3. £620,000 p.a.www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/maps/community-benefit-fund/
  4. 4. Consensus?
  5. 5. 300MW£2,000/MW 250MW£6,000/MW
  6. 6. 2025 £9m p.a.www.ynnicymru.org.uk/blog/maps/community-benefit-fund/
  7. 7. Public enquiry 543MW If half is consented… £1.6m p.a.
  8. 8. Scotlandleading the way
  9. 9. Local, area, highland trust Trust fund, energy agency 50:50www.scottish.parliament.uk/ResearchBriefingsAndFactsheets/S4/SB_12-71.pdf
  10. 10. Conclusions1. Scotland has some useful leadership2. Close collaboration is key3. There’s a very long way to go
  11. 11. “Community energy for development – progress and prospects”Regional Studies Association Community Ownership WorkshopRhondda Heritage Park21st March 2013David ClubbDirector, RenewableUK Cymrudavid.clubb@renewableuk.com@davidoclubbwww.ynnicymru.org.uk

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