In a profile on PUNL on page 13 of the Camden New Journal, chair Jo Macrae was interviewed. It describes PUNLs work – installing solar panels using funds from community share offers; and work with other groups to help with interventions to reduce energy use. And mentions projects ranging from St Anne’s Church Highgate, Caversham […]
PUNL has developed a Roadmap Report showing how community energy can help achieve Islington’s plan to be zero carbon by 2030 led by PUNL director Tanuja Pandit. One of the conclusions is: “there are two main areas of community energy activity prevalent in cities: community financed, or grant financed renewable energy generation and energy efficiency/fuel poverty alleviation work. […]
PUNL is currently working on a renewable heat project with Caxton House. In July 2021 PUNL commissioned a decarbonisation feasibility study at Caxton House funded by the London Community Energy Fund (LCEF4). Its primary purpose was to examine the technical options for installing renewable heat solutions at this site to reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality. PUNL also […]
In October PUNL ran an event at Caxton House in Islington: You have the Power! Learn to shrink your energy bills, save ££s & carbon, where certificates were handed out to participants in the Energy Champion programme. A ‘one to one’ energy saving session Earlier in the summer, PUNL ran an intensive online programme over three […]
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