Community Renewable Insert Energy logo hereCommunity Renewable Energy (CoRE) workswith communities to develop renewable energyprojects that provide them with an income and asustainable, secure energy supply. t i bl lIn return, CoRE takes a stake in the companiescreated to recoup development costs and to fundfuture CoRE projects.
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Benefits and savingsyour project Describe the 3 key benefits and carbon savings of your project.What are the social How does yourand financial benefits? innovation reduce• Community ownership of carbon emissions? renewable energy • Carbon free energy gy• Creation of local jobs generation• Reduction in funding • Awareness of climate dependency p y change • Awareness of energy efficiency and reduction in energy use use.
Measures of successyour project Describe 3 ways in which you have measured success and demonstrated your project has made a difference. This might include behavioural change, low carbon emissions, renewable energy source.1. 350 plus members in CoRE Network, 60 plus trained in community renewables2. Winners of NESTA’s Big Green Challenge and DECC s DECC’s Low Carbon Community Challenge3. Regional based national pilot project based in north no th England
Challenges and supportproject Describe the project’s biggest challenges and the key forms of support the project needs to develop and grow.What are the biggest challenges or questions for your project?a) Capital funding to commission renewables projectsb) E Expanding our capacity to manage projects di it t j tc) Expanding our pipeline of joint projectsWhat would most help your project to develop and grow?a) Direct links to local authorities in north England and public servicesb) Revenue funding to increase capacityc) Links to policy makers and investors