Exeter Community Energy now has eight rooftop solar installations at Shillingford Organics, Wonford Community and Learning Centre, Exeter Central Library, Great Moor House, Exeter College, Pinhoe Rd Baptist Church, Glasshouse Lane Medical Centre and The Beehive Community Complex in Honiton
They are also helping people across our region who are in, or at risk of, fuel poverty reduce their energy consumption and bills in the Healthy Homes for Wellbeing project. Exeter Community Energy are now also seeking new solar roofs urgently before the likely closure of the UK’s feed in tariff scheme to new applications in March 2019, and collaborating with Western Power Distribution on enabling access to substation data in the Open LV project
Their aim is to bring together people who are interested in building a sustainable future for our community, who care about climate change and the depletion of resources, and who want to reduce fuel bills, promote energy efficiency and address fuel poverty.
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8 rooftop solar installations on businesses across Exeter and the region, hundreds of residential installations.