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On this page you can find information on environmental projects that other communities are leading. Just click on the links to bring up a PDF summary of each project:

Aberdeen Heat and Power Project

Aberdeen Heat & Power Ltd. is a ‘not for profit’ company that was set up by Aberdeen City Council in 2002 to develop and operate district heating and Combined Heat & Power (CHP) schemes in their area.

ADvYCE Transition Network 

Transition Belper are a group of local people from the market town of Belper in Derbyshire. The group are part of a growing “Transition Network” made up of towns and cities all over the world, who are exploring how to increase their communities’ resilience to climate change.

Back Balcombe, 10:10 - Energy Efficiency Project

10:10 is a charity which helps people take positive practical action to combat climate change. In 2013 10:10 developed the Back Balcombe project to support the community of Balcombe (West Sussex) to set-up a renewable energy co-operative: REPOWERBalcombe. REPOWERBalcome is a co-operative that aims to generate the equivalent of 100% of the the village of Balcombe’s electricity demand from community owned, locally generated, renewable energy.

Middleport Community Energy Savers

The ‘Middleport Community Energy Savers Project’ is a domestic energy efficiency project which was delivered by a partnership consisting of Middleport Environment Centre, Marches Energy Agency, Beat the Cold, and Keele University, along with a number of wider community organisations and residents. The project focused on two differing communities, and sought to address rising levels of fuel poverty and reduce levels of GHG emissions from within the residential sector.

WREN - Loft and Cavity Wall Project

Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network (WREN) is a non- profit community energy group established in 2011. WREN has recently formed the Wadebridge Energy Company (WEC). WREN holds the following aims: build community and energy resilience; increase community-owned renewable energy; reduce the number of residents in fuel poverty; retain the financial benefit locally; contribute to the alleviation of climate change.

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