Community Energy England AGM 2023

06/07/2023 13:00 - 14:30
Community Energy England will hold its Annual General Meeting online on 6 July 2023.

Our 2023 Annual General Meeting will take place on online on Thursday 6 July at 1pm. Both members and non-members are invited to attend to hear about CEE's activities and impact over the year, and learn about our priorities and plans for 2023 and beyond. Please register here to confirm your attendance at the AGM. 

Members will also invited to vote for directors and on other items, in accordance with one vote per organisation.

 The AGM will include:

  • Overview of activity in 2022 and our priorities for 2023 and beyond
  • Opportunity for members to feed into our plans
  • Election of directors
  • Minutes of the 2022 AGM
  • Proposal to extend interim chair arrangements for one year
  • 2022 Draft accounts.

Our final agenda and supporting documents will be posted here on 19 June. Our Articles and Bye-Laws can be accessed here.

Member organisations that are not able to attend virtually will be able to vote on-line until 7pm, 5 July, in accordance with one vote per organisation. Online voting will be available from 22 June, when you will be sent the link to vote online and details of director nominations.

Election of Directors - Any member who wishes to stand as a director is asked to email with their name, photo, affiliation and (200 words max) their aspirations for CEE, the board, and their proposed contribution by 12 June. Please send your nomination to Lisa West

This year, we are particularly looking for individuals who could contribute the following skills/knowledge:

  • Organisational strategy and succession planning 
  • Income generation 
  • Networking and political insight
  • Under-developed technologies and sector growth areas i.e. heat, wind, hydro, retrofit, energy systems  planning

More information on the board member role, can be found here

Diversity & Inclusion

We recognise that a diverse workforce is an asset and our aim is to drive inclusion into every area and activity of what we do. In our commitment to continue to diversify our staff, board and programmes, we are keen to hear from those who identify as: being from the global majority/UK minority; LGBTQIA+; women; living with a disability; having any other protected characteristic; or those that come from an underrepresented group.

More details of the requirements of board members may be provided upon request. If you would like to discuss what would be involved prior to submitting your application, don’t hesitate to contact us or to speak to any of our current board members.