Reports and publications produced or supported by Community Energy England.

See our most recent State of the Sector Report here.

Community Energy Regional Research - The South, South East & London 

We partnered with Community Energy South and UK Power Networks, with support from Community Energy East and Community Energy London to conduct a survey of Community Energy groups in London and the East, South, South East of England to understand more about their needs and aspirations from industry and future energy networks.

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State of the Sector Report 2018 

Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales launch the second State of the Sector Report 2018. This report builds upon the landmark report first launched in 2017. Thanks to Scene Connect for preparing the report on behalf of Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales. Proudly sponsored by the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Electricity North West, Northern Powergrid and Westmill Solar Co-operative.

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State of the Sector Report 2018 - Executive Summary  

Executive summary of the State of the Sector Report 2018. Thanks to Scene for consulting and to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Electricity North West, Northern Powergrid and Westmill Solar Co-operative for sponsoring this report.

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State of the Sector Report 2018 - Infographics 

Infographics booklet from the State of the Sector Report 2018. Thanks to Scene for consulting and to the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Electricity North West, Northern Powergrid and Westmill Solar Co-operative for sponsoring this report.

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State of the Sector Report 2018 - Appendices 

Appendices A - D from the State of the Sector Report 2018. This includes the references, methodology, 2018 survey and the surveyed organisations.

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Community Energy: A Local Authority Perspective 

Alongside Community Energy England’s 2017 State of the Sector Report, a small sample of local authorities were surveyed to highlight their current community energy activities. With a growing national movement actively looking to produce and supply energy at a local level there is a clear need for both the community energy sector and local authorities to understand how they can, together, help advance and deliver powerful ‘local energy’ solutions.

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