Could your community building be suitable for Community Energy Birmingham’s next phase of large solar power installations?

This just in from Community Energy Birmingham…

Community Energy Birmingham is a renewable energy co-operative that funds, installs and operates renewable energy in community buildings in Birmingham. We are a community benefit society with an open membership and we are run in accordance with cooperative values and principles. We are run by a voluntary board that is elected by the membership.

We are looking for the right type of partner organisations with suitable buildings in Birmingham for our next phase of large solar power installations.

If your building is suitable then we are interested in working with you to install solar power on your building. There would be no upfront capital cost for you. You would buy some, or most, of your electricity from us, at a lower price than you currently pay your electricity supplier.

If you think you are the right type of partner for us then please click here to answer a few questions. Your building should be located in Birmingham. For general enquiries about this project please send mail to Simon Baggaley.

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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