A thriving community energy sector will play a vital role in supporting the UK to achieve its net zero carbon emissions targets by 2030.
Most customers expect to pay a set price for their electricity regardless of the time of the day or the month of the year. This is all set to change over the next ten years with the introduction of Time of Use Tariffs.
BHESCo are raising £225,000 to complete work on two renewable heat projects in Sussex that will reduce carbon emissions by over 1,000 tonnes
Communities should take power into their own hands to build an abundant local clean energy supply to secure our future energy on a national scale.
Microgrids provide an opportunity for communities to decarbonise their energy supply at the same time as reducing energy costs and improving reliability of supply