Energy that's clean and owned by the local people - for their benefit. Sounds like a no-brainer.
How to install as much solar as possible on houses in Bristol... it's all about the right wires.
How could Plymouth Energy Community use every last drop of sun-power they'd installed locally?
Could Londoners' coffee grounds be used to heat up swimming pools?
Last week Mean Moor wind farm was owned by a company. Now it's co-operatively owned by the community!
We took at trip to Westminster to try to give shares in a community wind coop to communities and local government minister Sajid Javid.
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."
Last week we asked you to help Resilient Energy fund their high court appeal. Boy, did you deliver.
Introducing the farm that got solar and didn't stop there but used the revenue raised from the Feed-in- Tariff to fund local projects for education and sustainability.
This community owned wind turbine pays for a village handyman, and defibrillators. And produces clean power of course. Not bad.
Community energy has had a rough time of it lately, but there are still ways you can support groups around the country.
How Tilley the turbine has transformed this island community.
Climate change shouldn't be ALL doom and gloom. Here's five reasons why.
We're telling the story of four unstoppable people taking action to tackle climate change, however they can.
Community energy has had a rough year, so we've got together with some leading groups to work out how we can keep community energy going in the future.
Letting local clean energy groups sell power to their neighbours could be a game-changer. Here's a new way to make it work.
Of all the stories from this historic shift towards clean energy, Balcombe's is one of the most remarkable.
The government just unveiled its plans to cuts to clean energy. Thanks to you, it's not as bad as it could have been.
How you, and hundreds of others around the country, helped community energy groups beat the cuts.
Because it always delivers!
From Robin Hood energy to solar mosques, community energy schemes were gaining traction - but the government's policy changes aren't helping energy democracy in Britain and have completely shut down some schemes.
Guest blog: Joe Nixon explains how his town, Balcombe in West Sussex, turned the threat of fracking into an opportunity for renewable energy.
It's not just Balcombe...
The weather's been powering our small talk for hundreds of years. But that's not all it can do!
AND our Solar Schools have just installed their 1000th solar panel!
Notes from a rainy sunday roadtrip.
After locals invested £49,000 in March, this week Repower Balcombe are installing solar panels on two local schools.