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Energy producers case studies

We help community energy projects all over the country to sell their power to consumers through Your Co-op Energy's Community Power tariff. We work with projects of all shapes and sizes, and we often help to fund their ambitions too. Take a look at some of our case studies below introducing some of our energy producers.

Or if you are wanting to find out more about what community energy is, here's everything you need to know about community energy.

The Garth Wind Farm

Garth Wind

Location: North Yell
Energy/power type: Onshore Wind
Energy producers

The Garth Wind Farm empowers and connects one of the most northern communities in the United Kingdom through community energy.

Graig Fatha, Ripple Energy, Onshore Wind

Ripple Energy

Location: South Wales
Energy/power type: Onshore Wind
Energy producers

Graig Fatha is the first consumer-owned wind farm in the UK, with over 900 members being supplied with green, low-cost electricity.

Energy Garden

Energy Garden

Location: London
Energy/power type: Solar PV
Energy producers

By supporting community groups and delivering gardens and solar projects in London, Energy Garden is taking action against the environmental crisis. With each £1 invested into Energy Garden, it brings a social return worth £11.35.

Bristol Energy Cooperative

Bristol Energy Co-operative

Location: Bristol
Energy/power type: Solar PV
Energy producers

Being responsible for the equivalent of 33% of Bristol's solar generation, Bristol Energy Cooperative aims to develop renewable energy and energy efficiency projects for the benefit of the local community.

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Gloucester Community Energy Co-operative

Location: Gloucester
Energy/power type: Solar PV
Energy producers

By installing solar panels on community buildings, and developing suitable sites for wind and hydro schemes, GCEC aims to give everyone in Gloucestershire a chance to benefit from low carbon, locally generated electricity.

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Low Carbon Hub

Location: National
Energy/power type: Solar PV
Energy producers

The Low Carbon Hub develops community-owned renewable energy installations across Oxfordshire that not only produce clean energy but accelerates the transition to a zero-carbon energy system,