Sharenergy’s Big Solar Co-op project looking at a new models for post-subsidy solar is up and running
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Join Sharenergy! We are recruiting a Project Officer to work on the development of the Big Solar Co-op
Three solar co-ops are coming together to run a public event discussing the future of community energy in Herefordshire and beyond. 1900 on Thu, 25 July 2019 at Grange Court, Leominster HR6 8NL
The Small Wind Co-op has completed a second bond offer and now has the funding in place to complete its planned addition of 2 operational turbines in England to its existing turbines in Scotland and Wales. This expansion brings 450kW more wind generation with UK co-operative ownership and will enable SWC to create a new… Read more »
We’re supporting two great projects at the moment who are keeping the flame of community wind alive in these hard times! The share offer for Grannell Community Energy is still open for applications – it’s due to close on 14th December. If you apply before the end of November, you will be entered into a competition to… Read more »
Two of our earliest co-ops have been applying Principle Six – ‘Co-operation among co-operatives’ and helping each other out in the Marches.
Greater Manchester Community Renewables has launched a second community share offer to fund the installation of solar panels on four more primary schools in Salford this summer
Sometimes community energy technology is just a shovel – as we found when we went to help at Neen Sollars
We’re really pleased to say Sharenergy has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Outstanding Advocate – Organisation category of the 2017 Wales Green Energy Awards, organised by RenewableUK Cymru.
After a difficult 2016 it was a fantastic start to 2017 to see our own Kathy Smyth featuring in the New Years Honours List. Kathy works incredibly hard on behalf of the community energy movement, tackling the hard issues behind the scenes in an often hostile policy environment. As well as her stalwart service on Sharenergy’s Board, Kathy… Read more »