Community energy is growing and making a difference. All around the country, more and more people are getting involved in projects that develop sustainable energy in their communities. Through awareness-raising […]
Intermediaries and Community Energy Policy – Responding to changing policy contexts Jenn Monahan reports on how recent policy changes have affected community energy and how intermediaries have sought to influence […]
September 2012, Sabine Hielscher. The Brighton Energy Co-op is a community renewable energy project based in Brighton & Hove. The Co-op currently consists of a chairman, Will Cottrell, two directors, […]
August 2012, Tom Hargreaves. The Reepham Green Team is an informal social network drawn from the market town of Reepham, Norfolk. Established in 2004, the Green Team aims to […]
Community Energy: Taking stock, moving forwards? The CISE (Community Innovation for Sustainable Energy) project hosts an event to assess the impact of recent policy developments on the community energy sector. (March […]
A Glimpse Into Grassroots Climate Action: Community Energy Under The Spotlight Community Innovation in Sustainable Energy (CISE) reports from the Communities and Climate Action conference held in London, on the […]
Richard’s PhD research focuses on the role that a community approach may play in facilitating efforts to tackle climate change. It aims to investigate the impacts and effects of using community as a means of engaging people with climate change as an issue.
Sabine Hielscher, Gill Seyfang and Adrian Smith (2011) Community Innovation for Sustainable Energy CSERGE Working Paper 2011-03, (CSERGE, Norwich) As in other countries, there is a growing public, policy and business interest in […]