About Pixie Energy

Pixie Energy is an advisory and services company that implements local energy market ideas and initiatives. Founded in 2015, we look to create mischief in the GB energy market for the benefit of households and communities.

UnFiT for Purpose

UnFiT for Purpose: A Call for Intervention to Support Small-scale Low-carbon Generation Post March 2019 is an insight paper by Pixie Energy that aims to address the issue of securing a route to market for small-scale low-carbon generation, following the announcement by BEIS that the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) scheme will close to new applicants on 31 March 2019.

Request a copy of the paper here.

Our Sponsors

Recognising what we are trying to achieve is no small undertaking, and we are being supported by Green Star Energy, Haven Power, Co-operative Energy, and UK Power Networks to help us achieve our goals. A full list of our project partners can be found here.


Energy:2030 is a forward-looking, monthly publication that will provide you with the news and insight into domestic and international energy market developments. The publication covers developments in new markets, future networks, demand-side & supply models, and low-carbon heat & transport. For more information, please click here.

Local Energy Matters

Local Energy Matters is an accessible monthly brochure by Pixie Energy intended to inform readers of local energy news, projects and tariff information. Full editions of Local Energy Matters can be accessed here.

Latest News

Norwich-based Pixie Energy is working with the public and private sectors to establish locally-based energy solutions to deliver tangible benefits for the East Anglian region – whether in the form of lower energy bills, higher power export prices or investment in new generation technologies.

Smarter Norwich

Smarter Norwich is the umbrella project that will coordinate and integrate other Norwich projects in pursuit of a longer-term vision called Smart Energy Norwich 2030 (SEN2030). More information

Ipswich Local Supply Community

The Ipswich Local Supply Community Project will explore mechanisms to exploit bottom-up flexibility, creating new local partnerships. More information

FiT Export Aggregation

Pixie Energy is working with e-POWER and local producers to determine an aggregated output portfolio that can be entered in the e-POWER auction. More information

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