What we stand for

We’re committed to promoting and developing a radically different approach to UK energy – one with people at its heart. Powering this commitment is a belief that people should benefit from the energy assets in their area.

To do this, we are looking to redefine the energy industry by challenging the current status quo, which prioritises large centralised generation and nationally-run supply. Instead, our view is that locally owned and managed energy will benefit not only the organisations involved, but the households and business at the heart of the system.

It’s no small undertaking, but one that we know is possible. To help guide our activities, we follow these key principles in everything we do:


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