Review the Community Benefit Register
If you are a developer and you provide funding to a community, please search for your project on the map and submit your details via the online developers form in the pop-out box.
If you are a community please submit your details by searching for the project on the map and adding in your details on the online communities form in the pop-out box.
The Register also details fund spend, and provides ideas and advice for communities looking to ensure their funds are spent wisely. Read more about the Register.
You can view a list of all projects with community benefits here.
The average community payments and total community benefits paid this year are shown below the project map. These figures do not include income from wholly community owned projects. If these projects are added in the values become £5,658 and £15,258,882 respectively.
214 projects and counting
Average community payments from recent projects
per MW per year
Total community benefits paid this year
Community Benefit Funds have supported:
- Funding a co-operative community cycle club with electric cycles, Earlsburn (Community Share)
- Supporting sports training and competition at national championships, Farr Windfarm
- Core running costs for community groups, An Suidhe
- Funding the Befriending Caithness programme, Camster
How to add your details
The Register is voluntary and relies on communities and developers sharing their experiences and the lessons they have learnt. If you are a recipient or provider of community benefit funds we would be very grateful if you could share information.
To add details of a development, either as a developer or a community receiving benefit from a renewable energy project, please use the developer and community forms available by searching for your development on the map.
I can't find a development
If you want to add details of a development that isn't on the Register, please contact us telling us the name of the development, date of commission, local authority area, installed capacity and renewable technology deployed.