Ofgem have produced version 2 of the Community and Schools FIT factsheet.
This document details the benefits of applying for FITs, how to apply and several other frequently asked questions relating to the scheme.
You can now invest in South East London's first community energy share offer. South East London Community Energy (SELCE) volunteers have invested over 4,000 hours to bring you the opportunity ...
CREW is a voluntary group based in Wandsworth that works to create a sustainable income from clean energy. This income is dedicated to promoting well-being in disadvantaged communities in Wandsworth.
CfR is helping communities and renewable energy companies work together to develop and deliver shared ownership models for MW-scale solar and wind projects. This is one of our 'Split-FIT' solar ...
General information about the energy markets, Ofgem's roles and key topics affecting smaller independent suppliers.
This note provides a brief overview of the relevant rules that apply where community groups wish to claim feed in tariffs (FITs) or the renewable heat incentive (RHI) in relation ...
Guidance on applying for support under the UK Government's revised Feed in Tariff scheme.
Information on the Feed-in Tariff scheme with relevant links and contact details
Guidance on applying for support
Government response and consultation documents
FAQ for FIT changes as of Oct 2015
This guide will assist with installing wind turbines in England and help you understand the steps needed to deliver a project. The Community Renewables Toolkit is designed as a reference ...
These short films from CSE's PlanLoCaL toolkit aim to support communities and groups who wish to set up community-scale renewable energy projects
The Community Energy Hub is designed to support anyone interested in taking control of energy in their local area.
Here you will find resources, links to find support and, most importantly, other people who want to share their experiences.
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