Re-imagining community energy: A ten-year vision

What do you want the next ten years of community energy to look like? CEE and Tyndall Manchester hosted a workshop at Community Energy England's annual conference, exploring alongside practitioners, a vision for community energy. CEE will use practitioners' input to develop a ten-year vision for the sector.

The vision will be important for the sector as it will show our ambition for community energy in the next ten years and will be used to help increase understanding and support from the public, politicians and stakeholders. A vision developed by community energy practitioners will provide a unified voice for the sector and be used in ongoing communications for lobbying, policy development and collaborations. It will also be used to help to demonstrate the larger role of community energy, one that cuts across government departmental priorities.

For those who were unable to make the workshop or wanted to respond in their own time, you can fill out this form! These questions are only a starting point, CEE will be hosting more opportunities for in-depth consultation over the coming months.

If you have any questions or want to know more about how to get involved please email Jeana at

How do you define community energy? What are the key components that we need to protect when scaling up the role of the sector?
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How might community energy grow in the next ten years? What do we want it to achieve? What would success look like?
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Who are the key stakeholders and why? How can we help each other? What are the barriers to partnerships?
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Name of community energy organisation (optional)
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