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The Small Business Research Centre, Kingston University, is conducting a study which aims to investigate the nature of and the knowledge and skills required to realise innovation and entrepreneurship within ...
Energy Saving Trust Foundation is a charity that aims to accelerate the growth of community energy. As a part of the Energy Saving Trust group, the Foundation is able to ...
Part 4 of the monitoring and evaluation guide covers measuring changes and impacts and how they can be attributed to your project- a very difficult area of evaluation.
Indicators to estimate impacts from energy efficiency activities based on experience from Communities Living Sustainably programme
Part 3 of the monitoring and evaluation guide covers data collection; including sampling and collection methods.
This Case Study report presents the results of data collection and analysis on community and commercial wind and solar PV installations in the UK. It has been based on information ...
This Case Study report presents the results of data collection and analysis on community and commercial wind and solar PV installations in Germany. It has been based on information available ...
Example logic and carbon maps that sit within the Community Energy Efficiency Toolkit section on Monitoring and Evaluation.
Part 2 of the monitoring and evaluation guide covers planning monitoring and evaluation for your project.
A simple guide to Distribution Network Operators and the process of getting your project grid-connected.
This is a downloadable project planning & management spreadsheet example which can be adapted and utilised by community energy groups at the planning stage.
The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is investing in a limited number of collaborative research and development (R&D) pre-production match funded projects; including energy storage and development.
BSERF is managed by the Centre for Sustainable Energy and funded by Bristol Energy Cooperative and the Centre for Sustainable Energy. The primary objective of the fund is to support ...
Part one of the monitoring and evaluation guide defines the terms and gives an overview of different types of evaluation.
Part 6 of the monitoring and evaluation guide covers the basics of how to approach data analysis and reporting of evaluation results.
British Academy research project seeking to identify opportunities that promote, and barriers that inhibit, community energy projects in the UK
Community Energy England's 2015 Sector Survey
An introduction to the opportunities, and challenges associated with community-led heating projects.
Example home energy advice follow-up questionnaire used by Sustainable Sheppey's Green Doctor service
Sunderland Sustainable Homes example form for a householder to give consent to a home energy adviser to act on their behalf and use their information.
Part 5 of the monitoring and evaluation guide covers requirements and ethics relating to data protection and is essential reading for any project collecting private data.
This Danish Case Study report presents the results of data collection and analysis of community andcommercial wind and solar PV installations in Denmark.
Community-led heat projects: a toolkit for heat networks
Sustain Eden draught proofing questionnaire for home advice visits.
Example home advice visit questionnaire used by Sustainable Sheppey
Sunderland Home Energy Checklist survey is a tool for home energy advisers.
Sunderland's Financial Inclusion Checklist for use in home energy advice visits to check for benefit entitlement of householders.
'Building Local Economic Resilience Through Democratic Local Energy Models' Project (2016-2018)
This UKERC Working Paper seeks to understand the factors contributing to the emergence, growth and nature of community energy in the UK.
Outputs from a 2017 Community Energy Plus's study.
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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