Renewable Energy

EMPOWERING. Solar PV, wind power, wave power, biomass, geothermal heat and electricity, hydrogen power, energy storage systems, electricity micro-grids, community power generation, electric cars, electric mass transit, local charging points and more…

Reducing the carbon intensity of electricity generation is vital, as our energy supply contributes around one-quarter of the total annual carbon emissions in the U.K. Decentralisation of renewables is an unstoppable force – local energy generation improves security of supply, is increasingly cost-effective and is far less polluting. We are part of a virtuous cycle: empowerment leads to more people switching to renewable energy supplies, that accelerates greater decentralisation of power generation, that results in more empowerment locally.

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Power Circle

To make clean energy affordable to all, helping all sections of the community to benefit.

  • Air pollution
  • Carbon emissions
  • Energy
  • Buildings
  • Circular Economy

Yealm Community Energy

Generating clean energy that generates significant local community funds.

  • Air pollution
  • Biodiversity loss
  • Carbon emissions
  • Energy

MaidEnergy - Community Benefit Society

To develop local carbon saving infrastructure owned by the community and to benefit local community.

  • Carbon emissions
  • Energy
  • Buildings