Community Energy: A Local Authority Perspective

Alongside Community Energy England’s 2017 State of the Sector Report, a small sample of local authorities were surveyed to highlight their current community energy activities. With a growing national movement actively looking to produce and supply energy at a local level there is a clear need for both the community energy sector and local authorities to understand how they can, together, help advance and deliver powerful ‘local energy’ solutions.

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