- An exciting new strategy for Community Energy Birmingham - After our AGM last year the elected board of CEB started to meet to determine the future strategy of CEB. Our previous model of putting Solar Panels on community buildings with the main source of income for CEB coming from the Feed In Tariff is … Continue reading →
- Solar Van - Congratulations to York Supplies in Kings Heath for stepping into the low carbon future. They have kept open through the pandemic, providing local people with DIY / gardening items and advice. Jon Jaffa explains that the business has invested in a new Ford Transit hybrid … Continue reading →
- Best year for solar output - CEB added another solar array in 2020, helping to further the decarbonise the electricity supply in Birmingham. We put 30 kilowatts of panels onto the Castle Vale Stadium, which mostly exported to the local grid, since the pandemic meant the building had to be closed. … Continue reading →
Community Energy Birmingham is a Society for Community Benefit. Our primary aim is to reduce carbon emissions in Birmingham. We do this by raising money to invest in renewable energy systems on community buildings, such as solar PV. This benefits the community organisations by reducing their energy bills and making them more sustainable. In turn this benefits the local communities which they serve: at present these are Moseley, and Sparkbrook, but we are actively looking for opportunities in other parts of the city.
Community Renewable Energy Grants provided by the Naturesave Trust.