Company Profile

Community Energy England

Address:
The Workstation
15 Paternoster Row
Sheffield
United Kingdom (UK)
S1 2BX
Website Address:
www.communityenergyengland.org
Community Energy England (CEE) is the representative organisation for the community energy sector. CEE is a not for profit organisation that represents and supports those committed to the community energy sector. CEE was established by the sector to provide a voice for community energy and to help create the conditions within which it can flourish. Our membership exceeds 200 and includes community energy enterprises and other organisations from the private and public sectors with interests in community energy.

CEE’s vision: Putting people at the heart of the energy system.

CEE’s mission: To support and accelerate the transition to a fair, low carbon and community-led energy system.

What we do

CEE’s primary objectives centre around creating a voice for the sector, supporting sector development and building cross-sector partnerships

In addressing these objectives CEE focuses on:

Membership

We exist to promote the interests of our members who all want to see the community energy sector grow. We facilitate a wide network of practitioners and share the best practice of organisations who are innovating in their areas of specialism.

Advocacy and Policy

We create a unified voice for the community energy sector to both national and local government, as well as opposition parties. Our publications are used by policymakers to understand the sector and our advocacy work ensures they know what our members want to see.

Communications and PR

Our communications demonstrate the viability of community energy. We are actively increasing the understanding and profile of community energy. We enhance the discourse through a wide range of channels and produce the data which demonstrates the state of the sector. Our regular events across the country facilitate knowledge sharing, from this we see big ideas flourish.

Capacity Building

We support the community energy sector's growth by developing good practice guidance, quality marks and training. We have strong links with local community networks and regional hubs across the country, so we understand existing community energy support structures and can help new local networks develop where there are currently none. We can help organisations find suitable funding, developers, operations and maintenance organisations and community energy enterprises to deliver shared ownership projects with. We work closely with trade associations, networks and representative bodies to ensures that our voice is part of the wider discussions taking place about the future of the energy sector.

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Part-time Policy & Advocacy Manager Contract Country England £35,000 - £40,000 pro rata per annum (dependent upon experience)
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