Online hub will serve community energy sector

A new online resource will enable community energy groups to share information and experience. The Community Energy Hub, which launched at the Community Energy Conference on 5 September,...

A new online resource will enable community energy groups to share information and experience. The Community Energy Hub, which launched at the Community Energy Conference on 5 September, will provide a single point of access for information about the sector and help community energy groups connect with other organisations including potential funders and project partners.

Free to use, it has been set up with funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change through a partnership between Energy Saving Trust, Project Dirt and SE2 supported by Pure Leapfrog, Regen SW, London Sustainability Exchange, Forum for the Future and AEA Ricardo. It will be managed by Project Dirt and Energy Saving Trust until March 2016 when it will be handed over to the community energy sector to own and manage.

Interested individuals and organisations are asked to set up profiles and project pages and send in links to useful resources using the feedback box on the homepage or by email to [email protected].

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