Land and Natural Resource Ownership Patterns & Future Options for Northern Ireland

Holywell Trust along with Fermanagh Trust, administrators of Community Energy NI, are holding two connected conferences, supported by Carnegie Trust, to widen the public debate on land and natural re...

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Community Energy to feature at the

Community Energy NI will be taking part in NICVA’s ‘Big Ideas: Festival of Economics’ on Friday 12th August. The event will bring together key note speakers, panels, workshops and c...

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Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency - information session on opportunities for communities

At a recent information session in Irvinestown, facilitated by Community Energy NI, groups and individuals from across the area heard about opportunities for those interested in renewable energy and...

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NICE extend share offer until 31st July 2016

Community Energy NI have welcomed the news that NICE2, a second community share offer to raise £130,000, which will enable the society to install solar panels free of charge for up to ten chari...

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Northern Ireland organisations encouraged to enter

Community Energy England and Community Energy Wales have teamed up to bring you the Community Energy Awards 2016. The purpose of the awards is to showcase and celebrate the communities, projects and...

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Trust supports new community benefits scheme

The Fermanagh Trust has invested in Northern Ireland Community Energy (NICE). Set up in 2014, NICE aims to provide community-owned low carbon energy services across Northern Ireland. NICE helps the e...

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Launch of new community energy co-operative in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland Community Energy (NICE) Ltd was launched today at the All Party Group on Co-operatives and Mutuals in Parliament Buildings, Stormont.  NICE is a community-owned energy co-operat...

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This week the Business Secretary Vince Cable announced a new investment of £60m in UK community-scale renewable energy projects by the UK Green Investment Bank and the Strathclyde Pension Fund....

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There is a growing interest in developing community energy projects in Northern Ireland.  However it is important that support is in place to help communities advance their plans.  Support ...

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Interested in setting up an oil club in your area?

Bryson energy is launching a scheme to set up 27 oil clubs. This brand new initiative will run for 3 years and will help almost 5,000 homes achieve cheaper oil prices. The cheapest way to buy oil is ...

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