On Friday 18th October two of our directors, Graham Booth and Stephen Savory, attended a half-day conference for community energy practitioners organised by Community Energy England and Power to Change and hosted by Energy Network Association. Titled ‘Future Models for Community Energy’ the conference provided a great opportunity to learn about the latest innovative models … Read More
Our second share offer is now open! Click here to find out more.
We are about to issue a share offer to raise £122k in funds to install two further 30kW solar PV schemes on two more Council-owned leisure centres near Chester: at Christleton and Neston. Email us to find out more: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently developing two new solar PV 60kW schemes, one for Christleton sports centre, one for Neston sports centre. We anticipate issuing a share offer later this year. Please be in touch if you wish to be notified of this.
We are excited to announce that we have recently been selected for the second stage of the New Generation programme which will explore our LED repayment scheme! Watch this space
In 2019, CCEL awarded a total of £3000 funding to four local community groups from its community benefit fund. The awarding of the fund was carried out by a panel of two shareholders and a director of CCEL with the help of Chester Voluntary Action. 17 applications were received and four were selected for funding. The … Read More
Thanks to the great weather this year, a 4% dividend to our members for this financial year was agreed at our 2nd AGM.
CCEL has awarded £1000 of its community benefit fund to four successful applicants: Frodsham Community Association, Neston Community Youth Centre, Retreat House Chester and Cheshire Waste Reduction Volunteers. The funds will primarily be used to install energy efficient LED lighting, and also to purchase two large compost bins for use in local schools and education.
We are currently setting up our Community Benefit Fund panel, to help us in coming months to distribute funds from our community pot. Watch this space!
Our first AGM last night was a great success, announcing a 4% return on investment for our members, and a £1000 community benefit fund.