In exciting news, solar panels owned by Community Energy Birmingham have enabled us to produce three times as much clean energy this summer 2015 as we did last year. From 40 panels we have moved to 110 panels generating, and some of the most recent can make 280 watts each, so from 8,500 kilowatt hours in 2014 we can expect 25,000 kilowatt hours in 2015 and thereafter. We plan for three more solar roofs on community buildings by the end of 2015, and these will bring the annual output to 58,000 kilowatt hours. As well as benefitting our community buildings by saving on imported electricity, this will earn £10,000 a year for CEB for 20 years. The clean electricity will displace the need for grid electricity and so reduce the buildings’ footprint by 30 tonnes of carbon dioxide every year. We are still looking for shareholders to invest and help to provide the capital for these further three roofs.