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Community Energy England – COP Policy Briefing

Community Energy England - COP Policy Briefing Check out Community Energy England's COP26 policy briefing here. It discusses how government support for community energy is essential in achieving net-zero. It also talks about the many co-benefits there are to community energy and includes actions for all of us to take!

Fuel Poverty Workshop

Fuel Poverty Workshop During CEL's September meeting Giovanna Speciale and Alex Hartley from SELCE and Cara Jenkinson from En10ergy presented a fuel poverty workshop. CEL would like to thank them for their time & expertise. If you missed it live you can now watch the recording below. https://youtu.be/7Kt40q1rzmc

Mayor Glanville supports Stokey Energy & Community Energy

It's brilliant to see the Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville continuing to support and promote Stokey Energy and the vital role that Community Energy will play in reaching net zero. Mayor Glanville recently attended Stokey Energy's launch of solar panels on Stokey Newington School and Sixth Form along with Diane Abbott MP, representatives from the

SE24 & Southwark Council’s Environment Scrutiny Commission

SE24 & Southwark Council's Environment Scrutiny Commission Last night (14.10.2021) community energy group SE24 were invited to present to Southwark Council's Environment Scrutiny Commission. They were invited by local councillor, Margy Newens, Chair of the Commission, SE24 Community Energy spoke about some of the projects they are involved with focussing on helping the Council gain a better understanding

Power Partners – funding opportunity

Power Partners UK Power Networks has opened a fifth round of their Power Partners funding for registered charities or community organisations. You can apply for between £2,000 and £20,000 for projects that help to combat fuel poverty or support those in vulnerable circumstances through increasing their energy resilience. Deadline: Monday 25th October Full details here.

LCEF 5 is live!

LCEF5 is now live! The fund is split into three streams: Stream A offers up to £15,000 per application for the development of a community energy project. This can be used for assessing the feasibility of a project and for developing a business case. The GLA expect viable projects to be ready for delivery after

Cities and Community Energy – new report

Cities and Community Energy A report by Community Energy London and Community Energy England, supported by the MCS Charitable Foundation. Urban areas are major sources of carbon dioxide emissions and present significant challenges to achieving large-scale decarbonisation. This report focuses on opportunities for the greater collaboration of Mayors and councils in England’s cities with community

Felicity Buchan’s MP visit

Check out this great video from when Felicity Buchan MP visited the Westway Sports Centre to see Repowering and North Kensington Community Energy's new solar panels! Watch here: https://fb.watch/8c9qKF8tWe/ Read more about the project here.

Community Energy and London’s electricity distribution network: new report

Community Energy and London's electricity distribution network: new report The forthcoming price control for the electricity network (called RIIO-ED2), will set the direction for a crucial period of the energy transition from 2023 to 2028 across Great Britain. London is no exception. During this period, engagement and collaboration on energy issues will be vital. As

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