Operational Performance Our financial year ended on 31 March 2019. For the full year, generation was 327,082 KWh. This compares to a forecast of 313,465 KWh based on the 50 year rainfall dataset. So in the second full year of
The Fund was granted £5000 by Members at the AGM last September. The Community Hydro Fund Panel met in March and made 6 awards contributing toward the following projects: Braemar Charitable Trust: steriliser equipment for surgery St Margaret’s: handrails Braemar
At the last AGM the Members approved the transfer of £5000 to the community benefit fund. The applications for the fund are now open until 28th February. A five member panel will distribute the funds and the panel will consider all
We have just surpassed producing 2/3 million kWh of electricity since the hydro scheme was commissioned in the summer of 2016. This is equivalent of 500 tonnes of CO2 greenhouse gas emissions saved. This November has been excellent for generation,
At the recent AGM the Members approved the transfer of £5000 to the community benefit fund. The applications for the fund will open on 15th January 2019 and close on 28th February. Application forms and guidance will be available on
A presentation on operational performance given at the 2018 AGM is available to view at this link:- AGM Presentation
The formal papers for the AGM have been sent to the Members by email. Apologies should be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday 24th September.
The Hydro Community Fund Panel have advised us that they have made grants towards the cost of the following 10 projects: Braemar School – gym equipment Braemar Castle – picnic benches Bowling Club – green cleaning equipment Buzzard – printing
The Hydro Fund is now open for applications. At the September AGM the hydro members approved the transfer of £7000 to the Community Fund. A short application form has been prepared and further background information is available with the application.
Deer fencing has now been erected around the re-profiled banking near the primary intake ready for planting and seeding in the Spring. Some remedial work has also been carried out at the old laydown area beside the road.