New Models for Community Energy - Exeter

Nov. 17, 2016 - Nov. 17, 2016

12:30 to 18:00 2016-11-17 12:30:00 2016-11-17 18:00:00 Europe/London New Models for Community Energy - Exeter <p>An event to help you embrace innovative models like local supply, adapt to policy changes, and connect to the grid.</p><p>The policy landscape has changed for communities significantly under the new government. This Regen Communities event will help groups to evaluate new business models and funding options, as well as understand ... Curzon House, Southernhay W, Exeter EX1 1RS, UK Charlotte Heywood c.heywood@communityenergyengland.org
Curzon House, Southernhay W, Exeter EX1 1RS, UK

An event to help you embrace innovative models like local supply, adapt to policy changes, and connect to the grid.

The policy landscape has changed for communities significantly under the new government. This Regen Communities event will help groups to evaluate new business models and funding options, as well as understand how connections are a key element of renewable energy developments and the huge impact and opportunities they can present. We aim to help groups understand how to navigate grid issues, find out how they can work together with Western Power Distribution (WPD) to secure a g...

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An event to help you embrace innovative models like local supply, adapt to policy changes, and connect to the grid.

The policy landscape has changed for communities significantly under the new government. This Regen Communities event will help groups to evaluate new business models and funding options, as well as understand how connections are a key element of renewable energy developments and the huge impact and opportunities they can present. We aim to help groups understand how to navigate grid issues, find out how they can work together with Western Power Distribution (WPD) to secure a grid connection and what the innovative options are if there is currently no affordable capacity. It’s about finding solutions and getting inspired to think outside the box.

Sessions include:

  • Funding options and new business models
  • Innovative solutions to grid constraints including smart technologies
  • Local supply options
  • Changing government policy
  • How the electricity network works and a guide to getting connected.

The event is free of charge for community energy groups, local authorities and Regen members, and £125 + VAT at 20 percent for anyone else, this event is supported by WPD.

Download the event agenda HERE

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