Community Energy: advice and consultancy
19th September 2014

I have worked on community renewable energy for over twelve years, and have experience of working with all stakeholders in this debate: national and local government, community organisations, commercial energy companies and universities.

Current and recent work in this area includes:

I have also published extensively on the subject, as listed below. I work with a small team of independent researchers who can provide further expertise, including community engagement specialists Jenny Willis and Gwen Harrison.

If there are ways in which I could help your thinking on community energy, please get in touch.

Publications on community energy:

“A model for change: energy for the public, not for the market”, in Green Social Democracy: Better Homes in Better Places, Green Alliance, 2013

“A Community Energy Revolution”, in Making it Mutual: The ownership revolution that Britain needs, ResPublica, 2013

‘The role of communities’, in The Power Book, LGiU / SERA / The Co-operative Party, 2012

Co-operative renewable energy: A guide to this growing sector, Co-operatives UK and The Co-operative Group, 2011

Demanding Less: Why we need a new politics of energy, Green Alliance, 2011

Grid 2.0: The next generation, Green Alliance, 2006

About author

Rebecca Willis

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