Ashden Award winners
Cosy Homes in Lancashire
Cosy as can be
Low Carbon Hub
A catalyst for the big energy shift
To, for and by the people!
Centre for Sustainable Energy
Tackling fuel poverty and influencing policy
Community energy evangelists spread the word
Community-owned micro hydro
GIZ and INTEGRATION
Brighter prospects in rural Afghanistan
Communities take ownership of sustainable energy
Sustainable energy for remote Scottish communities
Bringing cycling to the heart of our communities
Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network
Creating an energy-smart town
A friendlier, greener and cheaper way to travel
Transition Town Totnes, Transition Together
Neighbours team up to cut carbon
Isle of Eigg Heritage Trust
Islanders doing it for themselves
Marches Energy Agency (MEA)
Galvanising communities to adopt low carbon lifestyle
Practical Action, Peru
Micro-hydro electrifies remote Andean villages
News and opinion
What do you get when you cross smart meters with community energy?
How one new community energy model in Wales is transforming the electricity market and taking the Big Six on at their own game.
Communities are the key to renewables in a post-subsidy world by Will McMyn, Head of Public Affairs, Good Energy
Good Energy’s Head of Public Affairs, Will McMyn, looks at how community involvement will be key to keeping up momentum on renewables in the UK.
Energy Gardens: An old idea gets a modern makeover
Repowering London won an Ashden Award in 2016, we catch up with them at their energy garden launch at City Hall in London.