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Are you involved in a community energy project in Surrey?

Published: 24 November 2021

Community Energy South would like to hear from you

Community energy projects aim to provide low-carbon heat and power to communities, organised and managed by local people. They can be a great way to tackle the climate emergency as a community, provide green energy and reduce bills for residents.

A community energy project could be anything from installing solar panels on a local school, to creating a wind farm.

To support Surrey residents, Surrey County Council has teamed up with Community Energy South to help people support, generate, own and manage renewable energy installations. The initiative will provide resources, business development, funding and networking opportunities to kick start new community-led organisations.

Community Energy South is a not-for-profit company set up in 2013 to support the network of community energy groups in the South East of England. One of the leading energy agencies supporting the race to zero carbon in the south east, CES acts as a voice for the community energy sector.

How to take part

To start with, Community Energy South would like to hear from residents who are already involved in community energy projects in Surrey or would like to set one up. To find out more visit the Community Energy South website and you can complete the survey on the survey web page.

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