The Community Energy HubThis page explains what the hub is. If you need to know how to use the hub, see here.
What is Community Energy?
“Community energy” is an all-encompassing term for groups of people coming to together to reduce energy use, purchase, manage and generate low carbon heat and power.
Community energy projects are often delivered collectively by a group or organisation with a focus on engagement, local leadership and strong positive outcomes for the local community. Community groups often have distinct, specific localised goals with an overarching benefit of tackling climate change, energy security and the affordability of energy.
Who are Community Energy England?
Community Energy England represents and supports those committed to creating the conditions within which the community energy sector can rapidly scale and grow across the country. Community energy includes the delivery of community renewables, energy efficiency, demand reduction and energy supply projects as further described here.
The Community Energy Hub aims to:
The Hub is a free resource for community energy projects that will be developed on an ongoing basis to expand the amount of information available.
This is your Community Energy Hub, please help us to continually improve the site by:
The Hub has been established with funding from the UK government’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and Northern Powergrid. It was established in partnership between Community Energy England, Project Dirt and SE2 with support from Pure Leapfrog, Regen SW, London Sustainability Exchange (LSx), Forum for the Future and AEA Ricardo. The Hub is now managed by Community Energy England.