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The government is blocking onshore wind power. We're standing up for it.
We're giving solar panels in memory of solar-fan Prince.
A showcase of climate success stories.
A rooftop adventure for solar treasure hunters.
Making local renewables work for local people.
Co-operatively owned, super cheap wind turbines are the order of the day in Germany.
Energy Local is an innovative trial matching people to their local hydro in north Wales. For Carwyn, it's the clever innovation he loves being part of.
Scotland is getting a giant solar park, the Arsenal stadium is going renewable, and one Pakistani province has planted a billion new trees.
Music festivals are amazing, but they can be super wasteful and carbon-intense. Here are six ways you can cut your carbon footprint while you're enjoying the musical, muddy fun.
Last week Mean Moor wind farm was owned by a company. Now it's co-operatively owned by the community!
In Nottingham, the world's largest biogas bus fleet is hitting the road, and Sweden's largest pension fund is divesting from companies violating the Paris Agreement.
We took at trip to Westminster to try to give shares in a community wind coop to communities and local government minister Sajid Javid.
Local energy is the future. But the Big Six don’t like it. Now they’ve used their influence over the regulator, Ofgem, to make yet another stand against the tide of change.
Energy Local is an innovative trial matching people to their local hydro in north Wales. For Tom, the project has really brought a sense of community pride to the small town.
For some elderly council tenants in Cannock Chase, there's a regular choice between heating and eating. The answer, that reduced bills by £150, was solar.
"Community energy has brought training opportunities to young people in Hackney. People across the borough have been inspired by the project, and have started plans to make it happen on their estates too.”
“Electric trains are already the greenest form of public transport – this solar roof gives our passengers an even more sustainable journey.” Plus, Blackfriars bridge looks mega cool.
Over a quarter of UK electricity in January-March 2017 came from renenewables!
The people of Halton have been harnessing the power of the River Lune since 1252. Today former corn mills are now home to England's largest community owned hydro project.
“There was a woman who told me that thanks to the solar panels she could now buy Christmas presents for her kids."