January 2013, Sabine Hielscher. The Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust is a company limited by guarantee with a charitable status, consisting of an elected board of directors to represent the […]
January 2013, Sabine Hielscher. Carbon Rationing Action Groups (CRAGs) are community-based groups who agree to reduce their carbon emissions through the creation of carbon targets. The members of each CRAG […]
December 2012, Tom Hargreaves. The Dyfi Solar Club ran from 1998 until 2003, initially part-funded by a broader European Commission funded grant designed to promote community-based renewable energy in the […]
December 2012, Mari Martiskainen. Hyde Farm Climate Action Network (CAN) was set up in 2007 to raise awareness climate change and energy consumption across households in the Hyde Farm estate, […]
November 2012, Tom Hargreaves. Bristol Green Doors is a community interest company that promotes energy efficiency through retrofit measures on existing homes. It does this by organising eco-open homes […]
Lyndhurst Community Centre was the first community centre in the New Forest to install a biomass heating system, creating also opportunities for local wood fuel supply networks to develop.
October 2012, Sabine Hielscher The South Wheatley wind turbine is a hamlet-based community-owned renewable project located in North Cornwall (set in a labyrinth of narrow lanes near Launceston). The project […]