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Without supporters like you, our work would be stuttering on like a rusty old (non-electric) car. But together, we are unstoppable.
This Valentine's Day we swapped red roses for pink pinwheels to show our love for onshore wind.
Last week we asked you to help Resilient Energy fund their high court appeal. Boy, did you deliver.
Three quarters of the UK public support onshore wind. We headed in parliament to make sure the government know it.
Solar treasure hunters have found a LOT of solar potential out there.
Government policy changes may have put a spanner in the works for our community solar project in Manchester, but there's (sun)rays of hope shining through.
Solar Schools is about more than just pounds and panels
Schools out for summer, and for most that means six weeks of sandcastles and sports. And, for some schools around the UK, it also means solar panels.
When the fracking industry came to town Barton Moss stood strong against them. And when they'd gone the residents came together around a cleaner, greener dream. Now that dream's become a reality through solar.
When fracking drills rolled into town, Balcombe was forced to face the question we manage to avoid: where is our energy going to come from. Three years later, the community have got together with one answer.