Monthly Archives: April 2018

A co-operative way to generate, use and share energy – SELCE – Greenwich

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

In 2014 a group of people living in South-East London came together with a common vision of a greener future. Their aim was to generate electricity that was not only renewable but also affordable and owned and controlled by the people who use it. In just three years, volunteers behind the South East London Community ...

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Fuel Poverty – targeting households – The Behaviouralist

3rd April, 2018 / CCIN

Fuel poverty – living on a lower income in a home which cannot be kept warm at a reasonable cost –  is a big issue for local government. According to the Annual Fuel Poverty Statistics Report 2017 (2015 ONS Data) currently, over 2.5 million households have to choose between heating their house and other essential ...

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