How to get involved with Community Energy Fortnight
We are excited you are reading this, because it means you are considering how you can take part in the celebration of People Powered Futures this Community Energy Fortnight.
We are living through powerful times of change and young people want to learn about renewable energy in their community. Can you show them how it works?
Maybe you have a story to tell that will benefit the wider community energy sector. Community Energy Fortnight is the perfect time to share your experiences.
If you are thinking about running an event, we have created an event organisers guide giving you an overview of what to should consider, which links to a suite of more detailed resources to help organise your event. You can add your event to the official list here (you will need to login or register) and tag it with "CEF19".
If you are unable to organise an event you can....
- write to your MP [campaign details coming soon]
- sign our petition [campaign details coming soon]
- attend an event local to you
- come to the Community Energy Conference in Sheffield on 22 June
- attend The Climate Coalition's "The Time is Now" mass lobby on Parliament on 26 June
- follow the fortnight on Facebook and Twitter
- follow Community Energy England on Facebook and Twitter
- join in the conversation on social media using #CEF19 and #PeoplePoweredFutures
- sign up to the official Community Energy Fortnight Newsletter
You can contact us via email@example.com if you want to...
- write a blog for us about future generations and how to empower to combat climate breakdown with renewable energy
- share your energy related educational resources with the wider Community Energy sector
- let us know how and why you have worked with younger generations to promote renewable energy
- ask us any questions.
A huge thank you to everyone who is participating in Community Energy Fortnight, we hope everything you need is here but if you have any further questions, please get in touch.