- Best Ever Quarter - The blue skies of March to June 2018 have broken CEB’s record for generating clean solar electricity, producing a total of 20,000 kilowatt hours. This has fed power into the buildings owned by Ackers Adventure and Moseley Exchange reducing their running costs even more, with … Continue reading →
- Diary Date: AGM on 9 May - Community Energy Birmingham’s Annual General Meeting for 2018 will take place at Whitesmith Croft Common Room, 25 Silver Street, Kings Heath, B14 7QR on Wednesday 9th May starting at 7pm. The agenda will cover the business of formally reporting on our activities in 2017 and … Continue reading →
- Could your community building be suitable for our next phase of large solar power installations? - Community Energy Birmingham is a renewable energy cooperative that funds, installs and operates renewable energy in community buildings in Birmingham. We are a community benefit society with an open membership and we are run in accordance with cooperative values and principles. We are run by … Continue reading →
Community Energy Birmingham is a Society for Community Benefit.Our primary aim is to reduce carbon emissions in the city of Birmingham. We do this by paying to install renewable energy systems on community assets, mainly solar PV.
This also benefits the community organisations by reducing their energy bills and making them more sustainable. In particular, we wish to benefit the local communities where we are working with our community partners.
At present these include Moseley, Balsall Heath and Sparkbrook. In the future we hope to identify partners to work with in other areas of Birmingham
Community Renewable Energy Grants provided by the Naturesave Trust.
With regular support from the photovoltaic array owned by St. Mary’s Moseley.