Monthly meetings

PUNL holds open regular project meetings on the first Monday of every month, usually at The Grafton, 20 Prince of Wales Rd, Kentish Town, London NW5 3LG. Contact us if you would like to attend!

Quarterly meetings

PUNL is running quarterly meetings – a combination of short presentations of 10-15 minutes each and a short PUNL update followed by informal networking.

The topics are set to be about innovation and new ideas rather than project
level detail and will cover areas such as renewable heat, biomass, district
heating and cooling, geothermal, heat pumps, hybrid systems, solar thermal
and thermal energy storage.

PUNL Community meeting and AGM 2019

Power Up North London – Annual Community Event and AGM 19 June 6.30-8.30pm: The Pineapple, 51 Leverton Street, NW5 2NX


1. Welcome/Apologies

2. Confirmation of previousminutes: 2018AGM

Click to access punl-agm-2018-1.pdf

3 Overview of agenda from Ben Pearce (Chair)

4. Reports from the Directors

a) Tanuja Pandit: Explanation of how a community energy project works in practice and update on current projects

b) Ian Grant: Developments in the market

c) Ben Pearce: Update on PUNL’s wider strategy

d) Adam Spence: Accounts and interest/capital repayments and 2018 accounts

Click to access punl-2018-accounts-1-1.pdf

e) Ben Pearce: Update on society rule changes:

5. Vote on the appointment of Directors

6. Any other business

7. Adjournment

Appointment of Directors
At the AGM Directors need to be re-elected. One third of current Directors must stand down at each AGM. The Directors who have been standing for longest should stand down. Directors that stand down can stand for re-election. Any member is welcome to stand to become a Director of PUNL.

The current Directors are:
Nikki Brain (resigned December 2018), Ben Pearce (standing down for re-election), Adam Spence (standing down for re-election), Ian Grant, Sara de la Serna, Martin Narraway and Tanuja Pandit.

In the event of there being multiple candidates, appointment will be put to a majority vote.

The Board propose a maximum of eight Directors.

Please contact with any questions.

We hope to see you on the 19th June.