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 »
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Ynni Teg, a community energy project we help to support with a 900kW turbine near Carmarthenshire, has just one the Community Energy photo award at the 2018 Communiity Energy Awards event in Bristol on 19th October. The photo features three of the board wearing their “Powered by Wind” pants, created to promote the share offer…. 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.
Grannell Community Energy launched their share offer on 1st June. They are all set to start construction of a 500 kW wind turbine near to Lampeter as soon as they raise £700,000 from their share offer. The turbine will save about 600 tonnes of CO2 and will create a community fund of an estimated £5000… Read more »
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.
A new community wind turbine in Carmarthenshire has been commissioned exactly on schedule and in time for its FIT deadline. Construction of the 900 kW turbine started in May, and the turbine was completed and officially commissioned on 2nd August. The project has been managed by Community Energy Wales, and the construction was contracted to… Read more »
Sharenergy are assisting Community Energy Wales with an exciting project in Carmarthenshire – a 900kW EWT turbine which has been commissioned today with a share offer following in the autumn.
The hard work of all the people involved with the Small Wind Coop came to fruition yesterday when the turbine on the Welsh site reached completion.