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Open session at Zero Carbon House

It was the most energy efficient house in the country when it was built, right here in Balsall Heath. A house with no bills and no radiators or gas supply!  46 more words

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Iceland’s new government puts environmental issues and global warming at the forefront

A new government was formed in Iceland on the 30th of November after an election in October. The Left Green movement, the independence Party and the Progressive Party joined forces and formed a government. 473 more words

Cyd Ynni. Community energy in NW Wales shifting gear. Communities creating jobs. Have a look!

Its been a few years since we created the Cyd Ynni network / consortium in NW Wales. the community energy companies of Ynni Ogwen, Ynni Padarn Peris, Ynni Anafon, Ynni Ocar  and Fferm Moelyci decided to share assets, gain more by working together and working on a cooperative future for all of our communities. 314 more words


Solar railways are on their way

Back in the spring I wrote about the possibility of direct solar powered trains. The idea came out of RePower Balcombe, where a community energy project had discovered that the national grid was at full capacity in their village and there was nowhere to plug in their planned solar farm. 635 more words


WDC to recruit project administrators for EU funded renewable energy projects

GREBEs lead partner the Western Development Commission, wishes to recruit project administrators to work on two renewable energy projects.

The ‘Regional Development and Integration of unused biomass wastes as Resources for Circular products and economic Transformation’ (RE-DIRECT) … 180 more words

Green Bill Obliges 30% Community Ownership of Renewable Energy Projects

The new Greens’ Bill on community ownership seeks to grasp the economic opportunity offered by the energy transition, amending planning regulations to enable community co-ownership of all new renewable energy developments. 727 more words


Orkney Surf ‘n’ Turf officially launched

On Wednesday 27th September 2017, the innovative Surf ‘n’ Turf hydrogen community energy project was officially launched in Orkney by the Scottish Government’s Business, Innovation & Energy Minister, Paul Wheelhouse. 652 more words