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Community Renewable Energy Co-operatives                               Jon Halle                    jon@sharenergy.coop   ...
• Baywind (1997)• E4A est by Baywind 2002• 10 wind co-ops• Expertise large scale wind• Main UK incubator of community-  sc...
Developer                                  Incubator                                    Broker                            ...
•   CO2 saving - the right scale•   Support local economy, local control•   Engage people with renewables•   A stable and ...
•   One member one vote•   Follow co-operative principles•   Industrial and Provident Society form•   Can raise shares fro...
• First 100% community- owned wind farm in SE   England • 5 x 1.3MW turbines    Westmill Wind Co-op
+ ESCo         FITS and            RHI    Enable new scales and models
Medium scale windSmaller wind farms, single generators or installations in lower wind speed areas
Biomass projectsHeat and power or just heat from locally sourced wood fuel.
Anaerobic digestion Biogas digesters using waste from local homes, food businesses and farms
Small hydroRun-of-river hydro schemes
Community PVLarge roof mounted arrays on community or other buildings
Spin-off     Range of FIT renewables, 20kW-1MW     Grassroots community ownership       Private SectorIndividual co-op mem...
Private SectorIndividual co-op members &        other co-ops                 sharenergy.coop
Key Benefits for landowners• Low or zero capital requirement from  landowner• Smaller and more marginal projects are  poss...
1.5MW turbines, Bridgnorth, Shropshire • 2 turbines • Currently pre- planning • Development costs ~£100,000 • Capital cost...
Biomass ESCo, Woolhope Dome,Herefordshire• Project will own boilers on clients premises• Guaranteed savings over fossil fu...
50kW PV, Leominster, Herefordshire•   Leisure centre•   Capital cost £150,000•   25 yr lease•   Planning permission receiv...
www.sharenergy.coop/leominstersolar                                            Jon Halle                                 j...
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Living Villages 2 - Energy Co-Ops

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A presentation by Jon Halle of Sharenergy on how community owned renewable engery co-operatives work

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Living Villages 2 - Energy Co-Ops

  1. 1. Community Renewable Energy Co-operatives Jon Halle jon@sharenergy.coop www.sharenergy.coop
  2. 2. • Baywind (1997)• E4A est by Baywind 2002• 10 wind co-ops• Expertise large scale wind• Main UK incubator of community- scale renewable energy• Pioneered co-op delivery model in UK Energy4All
  3. 3. Developer Incubator Broker Service provider• 6000+ co-op members Fund manager• £15m invested• 19 MW installed• Energy Prospects: £1m development fund for 4MW+ projects Energy4All
  4. 4. • CO2 saving - the right scale• Support local economy, local control• Engage people with renewables• A stable and proven model Community Ownership
  5. 5. • One member one vote• Follow co-operative principles• Industrial and Provident Society form• Can raise shares from the public• Create local, ethical investment opportunity• £250-£20,000 investment per member• 4-10% return on investment• Replicable model (low to no grant) Co-operatives
  6. 6. • First 100% community- owned wind farm in SE England • 5 x 1.3MW turbines Westmill Wind Co-op
  7. 7. + ESCo FITS and RHI Enable new scales and models
  8. 8. Medium scale windSmaller wind farms, single generators or installations in lower wind speed areas
  9. 9. Biomass projectsHeat and power or just heat from locally sourced wood fuel.
  10. 10. Anaerobic digestion Biogas digesters using waste from local homes, food businesses and farms
  11. 11. Small hydroRun-of-river hydro schemes
  12. 12. Community PVLarge roof mounted arrays on community or other buildings
  13. 13. Spin-off Range of FIT renewables, 20kW-1MW Grassroots community ownership Private SectorIndividual co-op members & Local, green co-op other co-ops investment sharenergy.coop
  14. 14. Private SectorIndividual co-op members & other co-ops sharenergy.coop
  15. 15. Key Benefits for landowners• Low or zero capital requirement from landowner• Smaller and more marginal projects are possible• Community involvement may make planning easier Private Sector Individual co-op members &• Wider benefitsother community connections of co-ops• A trustworthy development partner sharenergy.coop
  16. 16. 1.5MW turbines, Bridgnorth, Shropshire • 2 turbines • Currently pre- planning • Development costs ~£100,000 • Capital cost £3,000,000 • 20 yr lease • Landowner will receive guaranteed rental plus percentage • Members get 7-10% return • Community fund £15k+ sharenergy.coop
  17. 17. Biomass ESCo, Woolhope Dome,Herefordshire• Project will own boilers on clients premises• Guaranteed savings over fossil fuel• Locally sourced woodchip from unmanaged or undermanaged woodland• Premium paid for local biomass• Enables grant money for landowners• No capital cost to landowners• Share offer launches October 2011• Members get 7-8% return sharenergy.coop
  18. 18. 50kW PV, Leominster, Herefordshire• Leisure centre• Capital cost £150,000• 25 yr lease• Planning permission received• Landowner will receive low cost electricity• 95%+ of electricity used on-site• Leisure centre members can invest in co-operative• Members get 5-7% return sharenergy.coop
  19. 19. www.sharenergy.coop/leominstersolar Jon Halle jon@sharenergy.coop

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