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The first PUNL Community Energy Fund project came to fruition at the beginning of May when pupils from Parliament Hill School planted a “feminist orchard”. Thirty students from Years 7 to 9 helped plant 11 fruit trees in a circle, laid wildflower turf and dug a pond. The names of the trees will be submitted […]
PUNL has been awarded several grants from the London Community Energy Fund to enable energy efficiency and carbon savings on two important projects in Islington. The Caxton House project aims to reduce carbon emissions from space and water heating for the community centre by installing an air or ground source heat pump. The heat pump […]
PUNL was one of the supporters of the Camden Future Journal 2030 initiative, where an editorial board asked for contributions on what a green and clean Camden would look like in 2030. The team was given four pages (front cover, see pic, and inside, along with back and inside back). It received 350 entries, including several on […]
PUNL submits four proposals to LCEF4 PUNL has just submitted four proposals to the London Community Energy Fund (LCEF4) for funding to undertake a range of energy efficiency and renewable heat projects. Two of the four proposals were in PUNL’s name and two were on behalf of community organisations. We will update you on our progress as soon as we hear […]
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