Community Energy

Talking renewables at Energy Now Expo

This blog is posted in: Blog, Community Energy, Events, Front Page, Renewable Energy, Zero Carbon Britain

Come and see us at Energy Now Expo – the only renewable energy event for farmers and landowners, taking place in Telford on 8-9 February. Exploring a wide range... Read More

CAT supporters ‘Make it Happen’ at the CAT conference

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Membership

Last weekend saw the return of CAT’s annual members’ conference – three days filled with ideas, inspiration and connection. Fundraising Officer Tanya Hawkes reports. CAT was alive with people... Read More

Zero Carbon Conversations

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Short Courses, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

During our latest Zero Carbon Britain (ZCB) course, film-maker Mike Erskine asked people about their hopes, fears and ambitions for a climate safe future. Watch these Zero Carbon Conversations... Read More

Skill-sharing with the Wanju Ladies Club

This blog is posted in: Blog, Community Energy, Front Page, Green Living, Short Courses

There’s a quiet revolution happening in South Korea. People are moving ‘back to the village’ in huge numbers following the economic crisis and rejection of the consumerist and competitive... Read More

Student open space day tackles barriers to Zero Carbon Britain

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Graduate School, GSE Student Blogs, Kit's Blogs, Uncategorized, ZCBlog, Zero Carbon Britain

Students from the Centre for Alternative Technology’s (CAT’s) Graduate School of the Environment held an interactive Open Space day to discuss barriers to bringing about a rapid transition to... Read More

Power in the Land

This blog is posted in: Art at CAT, Blog, Community Energy, Front Page, Tammi's blogs

We are excited to hear that the North Wales arts collective X-10 are opening their new show Power in the Land this weekend. The dynamic, diverse and multi-talented group... Read More

Community energy in Wales: overcoming the challenges

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Renewable Energy, Renewable Energy Blog, Sustainability, Zero Carbon Britain

The benefits of community energy projects cannot be overstated, so why do so many fail to get off the ground? Paul Burrell from Machynlleth based Anemos Renewables shows how some... Read More

Machynlleth: Sustainable Capital of the UK

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Engineering, Food and Restaurant, Front Page, Green Building, Green Living, Low Carbon Living, News and Press Releases, Organic Gardening, Renewable Energy, Sustainability, Transport, Wind Power, Woodland

CAT is based in the buzzing Dyfi Valley awash with active environmental and sustainability  projects- according to a Guardian article:  “if any place in Britain could be called its... Read More

We are Energy!

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Kim's blogs, Renewable Energy, Uncategorized

Guest blog post from  Global Justice Now ( formerly the World Development Movement) who have recently published Rays of Hope, a booklet about energy alternatives.  “As the UK is edging... Read More

We need to fight for energy justice

This blog is posted in: Blog, Climate Change, Community Energy, Front Page, Kim's blogs, Renewable Energy

Global Justice Now (formerly the World Development Movement) have just launched a new report called Rays of Hope – Clean and democratically controlled energy for everyone’. This is an extract... Read More

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