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Community Energy England Invite Groups to Complete their 2020 State of the Sector Survey

Community Energy England Invite Groups to Complete their 2020 State of the Sector Survey Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales invite community organisations working on low carbon energy projects to respond to the 2020 State of the Sector Survey so they can investigate the number, nature, and outcomes of community energy initiatives throughout England,

Boris Johnson urged to tackle climate emergency as poll shows huge support for carbon emission cuts

Boris Johnson urged to tackle climate emergency as poll shows huge support for carbon emission cuts Originally written for the Independent by Andrew Woodcock on 13th Jan 2020 13-Jan-2020 Boris Johnson was today facing calls to step up action on global warming, after a poll for The Independent found

Article: Hampstead School plans share offer to fund solar panels and tackle climate emergency

Hampstead School plans share offer to fund solar panels and tackle climate emergency Originally posted in the Ham & High, written by Sam Volpe In partnership with Camden Council and the community group Power Up North London (PUNL), Hampstead School in Westbere Road is looking to fundraise in order to boost the community's green credentials.

Article: Five things Power to Change learned about new community energy models

Five things we’ve learned about new community energy models Blog by Felicity Jones - originally posted on the Centre for Sustainable Energy website 6 December 2019 Power to Change’s Next Generation programme is incubating community energy models of the future. Felicity Jones is a consortium member of the Next Generation Programme, and Partner at employee-owned consultancy Everoze. She

Carbon Offset Funds Survey Report

Council Carbon Offset Survey Report As mentioned at recent CEL monthly meetings - please see the GLA's recent carbon offset survey report. It highlights that - since October 2016 when the GLA's zero carbon planning policy requirement for residential development came into force - some £50m has been secured by London planning authorities from carbon