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The role of business in scaling up community energy
UK communities are taking control of how they generate, purchase and save their energy. Over one million UK homes could be powered through community-invested renewables by 2020.
Chaired by Will Dawson, Head of Energy at Forum for the Future the Forum Network Webinar: The role of business in scaling up community energy was broadcast online on Wednesday 17 September 2014, 3 - 4pm.
Listen again to hear valuable insights from Ramsay Dunning of Co-operative Energy, and Adriano Figueiredo of the Low Carbon Hub, on how and why businesses should take the community energy solution to scale.
To download the webinar slide deck click here.
The Community Energy Fortnight is in full swing, with a huge selection of events still available to attend, until 28th September.
22nd Sept 2014