Community energy projects and local energy groups bring together like-minded locals to invest in community generation projects – Whether it’s putting solar panels on neighbourhood rooftops, adding wind turbines to local farmland or water renewable energy, where we harness power from the local river – these projects are owned and run by the communities they power.
Profits go towards local initiatives. More green energy gets pumped into the grid. It’s a truly co-operative way of generating clean power.
Purchasing Community Power means you can support a network of local communities across the country, and we pay the generators a fair price for the power they produce. The revenue they receive can go straight towards community initiatives from nature conservation efforts to insulation for homes in disadvantaged areas.