The Voice of the Community Energy Sector

We are a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to helping community energy organisations create and implement new projects by advocating for a policy landscape that will support community energy and providing opportunities for community energy practitioners to connect, learn, share business models and help each other overcome obstacles. 

Who we are

We advocate on behalf of the sector and use our networks to help the sector grow.

Learn about our activities & impact

Community energy data

We lead annual community energy research and make the dataset available.

Read the State of the Sector Report 2021

Membership

Becoming a member helps get your organisation connected across the sector and shows your support for its growth.

Learn about membership and join us

New to community energy?

We've made a guide for those interested in how to get started with community energy

Learn more about community energy

Funding opportunities

We collate a wide range of funding sources for the community energy sector

Find funding for your organisation

COP26

COP26 is an opportunity to influence the UK government and show the world what community energy can do

Learn more and get involved
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New finance from Triodos Bank brings solar farm into full community ownership

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Triodos Bank UK has provided £3 million of new senior debt which, alongside ove …

Hunt in the Commons

The Chancellor's Autumn Statement - facts and comment

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Government pledges £6bn on energy efficiency (from 2025-28). But the majority o …

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Energy Prices Bill - avoiding adverse impact on community energy projects

Energy Prices Bill - avoiding adverse impact on community energy projects

20/10/2022

On Tuesday 20 October we wrote to the Secretary of State, Jacob Rees-Mogg urging …