We are looking for a Policy & Advocacy Manager to work with the Chief Executive to design and deliver impactful advocacy, policy and engagement strategies for the UK community energy sector. The role will lead on coordinating and drafting policy positions for community energy and cultivating relationships with influential champions and stakeholders, across the private, public and community sectors.
This is a new post with some flexibility related to location and working patterns. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will attend regular meetings in London, with occasional travel to other parts of the country including monthly travel to CEE’s office in Sheffield.View Job Details
The Low Carbon Hub is a social enterprise that’s out to prove we can meet our energy needs in a way that’s good for people and good for the planet. We are at the forefront of innovation in the development of the next generation business models for transforming our energy system.
Our goal is clear: a zero-carbon energy system by 2050. We see our role as catalysts of innovation and our ethos is being community focused, collaborative and inclusive. We care a lot about our impact, where we maximise leverage and aim to make it tangible, visible, replicable, scalable and lasting.
The Low Carbon Hub is now embarking upon a new phase of its journey, working with several partners, small and large, including academia, local authorities, central government and commercial businesses, to demonstrate in practice how to make that goal a reality.View Job Details
BEIS has called on the Committee on Climate Change to advise them on the feasibility of a target for net zero emissions and by which date this could be achieved. At the same time, DEFRA is currently in the process of producing the UK’s first ever Environment Act, which will legislate for UK environmental protection once we leave the UK.View Job Details
Community Energy Wales (CEW) wants to put sustainable energy schemes at the heart of communities in Wales. Communities can become stronger, more resilient, and self-reliant by generating their own energy, using it efficiently, and directing the net income to regenerate their communities.
CEW, will help to bring about this change by inspiring, empowering, and influencing people, policies and practices across Wales. We bring together a network of practitioners who work with and within the communities of Wales to develop renewable energy generation and energy efficiency schemes. We are a voice for communities who want to act now, and we provide the necessary educational, practical and financial support for communities to own and/or operate renewable energy installations and energy efficiency schemes.View Job Details