Community Energy in Pembrokeshire (CEP) is a Community Interest Company created for the benefit of all individuals and community groups dwelling or based in the county of Pembrokeshire
The Company was formed from PLANED's Community Action Planning process in 2013 to deliver renewable energy projects identified by a renewable energy opportunity study for South East Pembrokeshire, funded by PLANED and delivered by Dulas.
The objects of the Company are to:
Where surpluses arise from trading in renewable energy CEP will re-invest those surpluses in installations or activities that will:
Local Energy Action Force
Our innovative pilot project - Local Energy Action Force - funded by Arwain Sir Benfro - the Local Action Group (LAG) for Pembrokeshire, administered by PLANED. This is funded through the LEADER programme, which is part of the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014 – 2020, Funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.
The objective is to develop teams of people in local communities with the right skills and support to identify and develop sustainable energy projects for local people to own, operate, and buy energy from. Keeping bills down and money local as well as meeting the challenges of climate change.
Find out more here
Renewable Power Pembrokeshire
We have just completed construction of a 900kW wind generator in East Williamston,
It will produce clean renewable energy and income from the Feed in Tariff.
CEP has no shareholders and is a not-for-profit organisation.
100% of surplus funds produced by the project will be provided to community led sustainable proposals.
This has been made possible by support from the Welsh Government Energy Service, Ynni Lleol and Ynni'r Fro programmes.
Find out more here
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