Renewable Energy

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 16th February 2007.

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Question S2W-30754

To ask the Scottish Executive how many installers of micro-renewable energy technologies there are that are accredited, or provisionally accredited, by the Scottish Community and Householder Renewables Initiative to carry out work eligible for household renewable grants, broken down by region and accreditation status.

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The following table is based on information published on the Energy Saving Trust’s website at http://www.est.org.uk/schri . The table shows the 58 accredited installers based in Scotland, broken down by local authority area. In addition there are 89 installers outside Scotland that operate in Scotland. Of these, 37 have full accreditation and 52 have provisional accreditation.

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Local AuthorityAccreditation Status
FullProvisional
Aberdeen City00
Aberdeenshire33
Angus10
Argyll and Bute00
City of Edinburgh11
City of Glasgow12
Dumfries and Galloway10
Clackmannanshire00
Dundee02
East Ayrshire 20
East Dunbartonshire00
East Lothian 01
East Renfrewshire01
Falkirk00
Fife20
Highland46
Inverclyde00
Midlothian01
Moray11
North Ayrshire00
North Lanarkshire01
Orkney20
Perth and Kinross24
Renfrewshire00
Scottish Borders20
Shetland11
South Ayrshire11
South Lanarkshire00
Stirling21
W Dunbartonshire00
Western Isles01
West Lothian 32
Total2929

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