A range of partners and sponsors are working with us to develop Energy Local:
Community Energy Wales is a not for profit membership organisation that has been set up to provide assistance and a voice to community groups working on energy projects in Wales.
Co-operative Energy is an energy provider supplying gas and electricity to domestic customers across England, Scotland and Wales. The business is committed to fair pricing, lower carbon energy and is wholly owned by its customers, who are rewarded twice a year with a share of profits.
De Montfort University (DMU) is a public research and teaching university situated in the city of Leicester.
Energise Sussex Coast is an energy co-operative for community benefit set up to address fuel poverty in East Sussex by helping local communities save energy and generate and own their own energy.
We are an R&D company developing innovative products that save energy and integrate the smart home with the smart grid. Winners of the 2014 Dynamic Demand Challenge with our Hestia smart heating control for electrically-heated homes.
Low Carbon Hub is an award-winning social enterprise, working to change in the UK’s energy system. Low Carbon Hub thinks that the benefits of renewable energy generation can be harnessed to strengthen local communities. LCH develops community-owned renewable energy in Oxfordshire.
Moixa Technology aims to change the way we produce and use electricity. Our ambition is no less than to power the future efficiently and affordably, to help keep the lights on and electronics online, at the lowest possible price and carbon use.
Environmental, Conservation and Community Renewable Energy Grants provided by the Naturesave Trust.
The Environmental Change Institute was founded in 1987 to organise and promote interdisciplinary research on the nature, causes and impact of environmental change and to contribute to the development of management strategies. ECI researchers contribute to an integrated programme of understanding change processes, exploring sustainable solutions, education and partnership.
Partneriaeth Ogwen is our partner in Bethesda for OWLET the project. A social enterprise working for the benefit of the economy, society and communities of Dyffryn Ogwen. Partneriaeth Ogwen’s aim is to promote and develop projects which regenerate and reinforce the economy and community of Dyffryn Ogwen.
People’s Postcode Trust aims to fund projects that help to prevent poverty, support healthy initiatives and uphold human rights for some of society’s most vulnerable groups.
The RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce): an enlightenment organisation committed to finding innovative and creative practical solutions to today’s social challenges. Through its ideas, research and 27,000-strong Fellowship it seeks to harness the extraordinary amount of untapped creative potential in society – by empowering people to be active participants in creating a better world
These awards in memory of the creator of the Community Interest Company recognise and support innovative ideas that benefit communities. As well as grants, winners receive pro bono support from experts.
Tudor wants to help smaller, community-led groups which are supporting people at the margins of society. We do this by making grants.
UnLtd works with partners across the UK to make sure support is given to a huge variety of different social entrepreneurs. www.unltd.org.uk
WeSET is a unique local charity, supported by the community-owned Westmill Wind Farm. WeSET supports renewable energy, arts and education projects and funds small grants. Over the last few years we’ve shown almost 9,000 visitors around Westmill Wind Farm and Solar Park through a combination of open days and on-site events. We demonstrate what a genuinely community owned low carbon future could look like.