Janet Keddie, 68, of Overton Steadings, gave misleading data to the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM), the public authority controller for the energy markets.
She asserted that homes on her homestead were possessed by relatives and guaranteed awards in their name.
Keddie, who claimed the properties, adulterated archives with the goal that relatives could be granted for installments they were not qualified for get.
Nonetheless, the trick blew up when one part said she believed that nothing should do with it and the police became involved.
Keddie showed up for condemning at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
She recently conceded that having shaped a deceitful plan to get cash as the proprietor and occupier at that location, between March 30, 2015 and February 15, 2017 she submitted applications containing bogus data to OFGEM to meet all requirements for an award and got cash by extortion.
Depute monetary Dev Kapadia said the program included was set up to energize the take-up of sustainable power establishments.
Individuals qualified for the award get installments like clockwork for a long time.
The depute went on: “A relative of the blamed said she maintained that nothing should do with the trick and from there on she detailed the matter.”
Keddie advised police that her relatives didn’t have anything to do with the misrepresentation and that it was all her obligation.
Sheriff James MacDonald let Keddie know that despite the fact that she had asserted she was attempting to help her family, all she had done was place them generally under doubt of the wrongdoing.
He forced a local area restitution request with 200 hours of neglected work.