We’re a not-for-profit organisation set up to support the network of community energy projects in London. We aim to help grow the sector by sharing resources, knowledge and experience with new and existing projects.
We meet on the third Thursday of every month and work with the Greater London Authority about the needs and wants of community energy in the city. If you are involved in a project, would like to be, or want to learn more, please check out our contact page.
We’re building a database of community energy projects in London; please get in touch if you’re not on our list and you’re involved with any of the following; renewable energy generation, energy efficiency initiatives, energy innovations, managing energy locally or collective purchasing, reducing demand or awareness raising and energy education.
If you would like help setting up a community energy initiative in London please get in touch via our contact page, with the subject line ‘Help with set up’.
“By joining together to share best practice and pool resources where helpful, we hope to create an organisation to take community energy to the next level in London, supporting new and existing groups to drive carbon reduction and reduce fuel poverty.”
Fund DEADLINE: 30 April 2018, 5pm
This fund aims to help community groups develop and deliver energy projects which will benefit Islington residents and both encourage and support them to use less energy.
– Application process for Islington Community Energy Fund
– Projects examples, which council is looking to fund
– Partners to help with the project & with funding applications
Wednesday 11 April 2018, 4pm-5pm
Islington Town Hall, Committee Room 3 (first floor)
A solar installation on your roof will give you clean, green, low-cost electricity for many years – and you’ll benefit from government subsidies. For home-owners it’s a no-brainer. Two of our member groups in south east London have created a solar ‘buyers’ club’ – find out more about upcoming events
City Hall announce thirteen community solar projects to receive £150,000 in the first round of the London Community Energy Fund.
If you are a member of a community energy project that would be interested in applying to possible future rounds of funding, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Power Up North London have been keeping themselves very busy holding film-screenings and workshops, not to mention applications to the London Community Energy Fund. From churches and doctors’ surgeries, to parks and city farms – PUNL are exploring their solar potential!
London sets fire to over half its waste…
Two million tonnes of waste were sent to incinerators or Energy from Waste facilities last year – more than doubling in the last decade…
Community Energy England, Co-operative Energy & Pure Leapfrog have teamed up to present The Community Energy Afternoon of Big Ideas!
There has never been a more pressing need for community energy to think out of the box if it’s to continue to grow. The afternoon of big ideas will explore how this might happen.