Community Energy England: Community energy sector undergoing 'radical and rapid' change

Cecilia Keating
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Community Energy England: Community energy sector undergoing 'radical and rapid' change

State of the Sector 2020 report notes that the UK now boasts more than 260MW of community-owned energy capacity and has the potential to power 2.2 million homes by 2030 and support nearly 9,000 jobs

2020 will prove a "pivotal year" for the energy sector as community energy groups diversify and test new business models in response to the coronavirus crisis and a tougher policy environment. That...

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