The Voice of the Community Energy Sector

Community Energy England was established in 2014 as a not for profit organisation, set up to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish.

Who We Are

Community Energy England represents and supports those committed to the community energy sector. Community energy includes the delivery of community renewables, energy efficiency, demand reduction and energy supply projects.

More about what we do

Community Data

We recently completed the most in-depth, first of its kind survey of the community energy sector in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. This culminated in the landmark State of the Sector Report.

The State of the Sector Report

Membership Benefits

We provide a clear voice for the sector that makes the case for change and helps create clarity within the sector for new entrants by linking, signposting and filling gaps. We represent communities at the national level, influencing decision makers and informing the energy debate.

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Latest News

State of the Sector Survey 2020 now live. Please respond.

State of the Sector Survey 2020 now live. Please respond.

20/01/2020

The 2020 State of the Sector Survey is now live. Community Energy England a …

UK Power Networks allocated more than £27m across 115 locations for Flexibility Services

UK Power Networks allocated more than £27m across 115 locations for Flexibility Services

08/01/2020

UK Power Networks have announced they have allocated more than £27m across …

10 things to think about when you are planning a wind, solar or hydro project

10 things to think about when you are planning a wind, solar or hydro project

07/01/2020

This blog post was written by Thrive Renewables. As subsidies are now a t …

Salisbury Cathedral Invests £25,000 in Schools Energy Coop Share Offer

Salisbury Cathedral Invests £25,000 in Schools Energy Coop Share Offer

17/12/2019

Press release from Energy4AllThe Dean and Chapter, Salisbury Cathedral’s gove …