News: Community Energy
Seven local groups have been awarded a share of a £50,000 Northern Powergrid funding pot aimed at enabling new energy schemes to flourish in local communities.
This year’s Community Energy - State of the Sector research is currently underway with their online survey live until Friday 22nd February.
The M&S Energy Community Energy Fund is back, this time with £300,000 to support renewable energy projects and technologies across the UK.
Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales have launched the first State of the Sector Survey. This survey aims to collect data on community energy generation, energy savings and CO2 reduction projects in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The M&S Energy Community Energy Fund offers grants for community groups around Great Britain who are looking to install renewable technology or energy efficiency measures.
A new fund launches today, open to applications from not-for-profit organisations who can help engage people and communities across Britain with information about how to get and use smart meters.
Green Alliance is convening a declaration from groups across the north of England, calling for clean energy to power the region. It would be great to get as many organisations from across the north to get behind and sign the declaration.
The North East Community Energy project partners VONNE, Northern Powergrid and Community Energy England, supported by the Project Development Steering Group, are seeking an organisation or partnership of organisations to take forward the development work carried out to date and apply for ERDF fun
News from Community Energy England 12th November 2015
The Northern Powergrid Community Energy Seed Fund at the Community Foundation has £50,000 available for community energy projects based in the Northern Powergrid License areas covering North East, Yorkshire and Humber and parts of north Lincolnshire.
Northern Powergrid have published a guide to connections targeted at Community Energy groups.
A new research report has been released investigating the potential for electricity network operators to make a direct contribution to preventing fuel poverty, by investing in domestic energy efficiency improvements.
North East Community Energy is seeking a consultant to assist with project costing work related to community energy generation projects across the North East. The invitation to tender opens today and the deadline for responses is 25th June 2015.
It appears that there has been some confusion over what we are seeking EOI for, so we have decided to extend the deadline until Friday 12th June and provide some further clarification below.
Hosted by the Durham Energy Institute and with Fiona Booth, Head of Community Energy at the Department of Energy and Climate Change providing the key note address, this seminar raised awareness of the opportunities of community energy for local authorities in the North East.