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Located in rural Cheshire, Ashton Hayes is a well knit community of about 1000 people that is aiming to become England's first carbon neutral community. We started our journey in ...
The story follows Gwenno Jones, a grandmother living in the village of Betws, as she begins to question our current energy system and discovers the potential of community energy in ...
This document outlines good practice and principles for community engagement over the lifecycle of a UK solar farm project. It is aimed primarily at commercial developers although it may also ...
A short guide on planning community consultations and engagement events by Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE). CSE is a national charity that helps people change the way they think and ...
Short video about running a green open homes event
A guide to the resources that you can borrow or hire from the Centre for Sustainable Energy for community events and activities and how to go about booking them out.
Case study of L8 Living Sustainably's 'Community Living Room' approach to community engagement
Community Action Groups have put together this useful guide to thermal imaging, with contributions from groups who have run their own successful projects, and funding from Low Carbon Hub.
More and more social economy organisations and charities are forming or converting to a community benefit society. From local community organisations to high profile charities, they offer a way to ...
Regen working with the Energy Networks Association have produced this guide is for communities and distribution network operators.
Regen's new, updated guide on electricity network innovation.
Hope for the Future community energy briefing.
"Getting started with community energy efficiency" module of the 'Community energy efficiency toolkit'
The OpenLV Project is trialling an open software platform in electricity substations that can monitor substation performance and electricity demand. The LV-CAP™ platform is designed to integrate with third-party products ...
Useful infographics focusing on the activities as well as social and monetary benefits gained from community energy schemes from Community Energy England's 2017 State of the Sector Report.
This is a short summary of the findings of the second Communities Living Sustainably Learning Report on Energy.The full report is available here: http://www.communitieslivingsustainably.org.uk/news/cls-energy-learning-report-april-2015/
An introduction to the opportunities, and challenges associated with community-led heating projects.
The Community Energy Peer Mentoring Fund ran from November 2013 to March 2015. It awarded grants to community energy groups to build capacity in the sector by sharing knowledge with ...
Energy action peer support groups module of the Community Energy Efficiency Toolkit.
This module is designed to act as a reference for Community Groups in the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects in England. It sets out what might be ...
Open Homes and Demonstration Homes module of the Community Energy Efficiency Toolkit
Home energy advice visits model based on experiences of 7 communities delivering home advice under the Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme.
Community-led heat projects: a toolkit for heat networks
Overview of how communities have delivered Demonstration homes and open homes events under the Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme.
'Capturing behaviour change learning report' from Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme
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Here you will find resources, links to find support and, most importantly, other people who want to share their experiences.
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