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Community Energy Birmingham
Community Energy Birmingham has launched its latest share offer and is looking to raise £44,000 to install solar PV on a local housing association. The minimum investment is £250 and the expected interest is 4%View This Offer
The Small Wind Co-op bond offer
The Small Wind Co-op are raising £450,000 in bonds to purchase an operational turbine at Hownsgill in County Durham (pictured), bringing our total turbines to four – two in Scotland, one in Wales and one in England. In order to encourage a rapid take-up SWC is planning to give 50 free £1 bonds to the first 100 applicants to buy 1000 bonds or more.View This Offer
BHESCo are very excited to announce the launch of a brand new community share offer.
They are raising £29,000 for two innovative low carbon energy projects, and are looking for visionary investors to join the community energy movement and support clean energy across Sussex. Investing in BHESCo will deliver attractive financial returns and bring significant benefits to the community and the environment.
Burneside Community Energy
Burneside Community Energy in Cumbria aim to raise £330,000 in community-owner shares to install an additional 450kW of solar PV on roof space leased from local business James Cropper plc. They have an anticipated return of over 4.5% and also calculate that they'll grant £6,000 to local community projects.View This Offer
Brighton Energy Cooperative
Brighton Energy Cooperative has launched its latest share offer, which is in partnership with The University of Brighton. There is no deadline for investments.View This Offer