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Sell your renewable energy

The energy world can be full of confusing jargon, but we like to try and keep things simple. Whether you're large-scale or teeny-tiny, if your community energy project exports electricity to the grid, we can buy you energy at a market-reflective price. As long as the energy produced is from renewable sources, we'll be able to create a bespoke agreement just for you.

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

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How it works

This bit can get technical, but if you’re unclear just get in touch and we’d be happy to chat. To arrange the sale of renewable energy on behalf of community groups, we set-up Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) that are totally bespoke to your particular project. All this energy reaches customers through our partner company Your Co-op Energy’s Community Power Tariff. And as a member-owned co-operative, it’s nice to know the power is passing from one community movement to another.

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The perfect match

When you consider the founding principles of the co-operative movement, our partnership just makes sense. Here are the thoughts of Lizzie Hieron, Younity Board Director.

Our members have told us they want us to help them find ways to adopt socially responsible low carbon lifestyles. One way we can do that is to offer a community power tariff that is completely powered by renewable community generation. The joint venture with Octopus has enabled us to build on our reputation and links with so many of these community energy groups.

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Sell your power

Fair prices and the UK’s greenest community energy tariff - what could be better? Complete the form to find out about selling your community energy through Younity.

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