Connecting you to community energy in 2022
This map represents the most comprehensive dataset of community energy groups, projects and their locations, that we know to exist nationally. A large amount of data in this map is internal to CEE and has been collated through our Annual State of Sector Reports. A huge thank you goes to Community Energy Scotland for helping us collate this research. Thank you also to our partners at the BEIS Net Zero Hubs who have also helped us collate project information for the projects funded through the recently closed Rural Community Energy Fund programme. For more information on data, please email email@example.com
The map's data includes:
- National community energy projects, known through Community Energy England's membership and Annual State of the Sector Reports.
- Projects funded through the recently closed Rural Community Energy Fund (RCEF), the UK government programme supporting community energy
Please note: This map is currently in development and does not yet contain all community energy data. If you spot any errors in the map please do get in touch with Shannon Jackson.
If you would like to make your work visible on the map, you can sign up to our "Get on the Map" campaign. In turn, we will be supporting our 300+members to raise their profile and help them get connected to others.
Before you play....
Some Guidance on how to use
This map contains multiple layers which can be viewed separately or together by selecting from the side menu.
As well as the two project databases, there are also additional area or political boundaries which may be useful to you:
- Projects - Click to see RCEF and wider national commnunity energy project locations (2 layers)
- Regional Boundaries - Click to see the relevant region or Net Zero Hub area (1 Layer)
- MP Constituencies - Click to see political party or representative data for the area (1 Layer)
- Local Authourity Boundaries - Click to add Unitary, District, and Metropolitan boundaries (4 Layers)
- DNO Boundaries - Click to add Distribution Network Operator or National Grid boundaries (1 Layer)
Some final notes on using the map
- All layers are optional to click on or off
- Markers and pins showcase community energy locations
- Projects are colour coded by technology type for easy filtering
- You can also search for specific projects by name through the search tool
- Click on markers to find additional basic and contact information
- Use pin counts and screenshots of the map as evidence for funding
- See the variety of additional area and political boundaries (see below)
If you are not already a member and would be interested in greater support from Community Energy England, relevant links for interest are below.