A New Guide to Getting Started with Community Energy

getting started in community energy

Across the country more groups, local areas and institutions are getting involved in community energy.

Community Energy England has produced a new guide: Getting Started with Community Energy, in conjunction with Community Energy South, and commissioned by Lancashire County Council and The Net Zero Hubs.

It covers:

– Deciding what project you want to do
– Registering your organisation – If you need to become one
– Finding funding & investment advertising – including share offers
– Designing and planning your project
– Considering wider ethical issues
– Key national, regional and local resources

Download the free report here.

Read more on the CEE site here.