Community Energy: Generating more than Renewable Energy

In August 2015, the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published its consultation on a review of the Feed-in Tariff’s scheme (see this page for more details).

As a result, CEE surveyed its members to assess not only the impact of these proposed changes, but also the additional value that community energy projects had delivered along with the potential value of projects being developed. The results were startling. 80 organisations (with 110,000 members) responded.

The full report can be accessed here.

A summary report is available here.

A useful infographic is available here.




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