Further Links

For further background information about community energy, in Wales and beyond, see the list below:

Websites:

Community Energy Wales: National group with a data base of all community energy groups in Wales: <http://communityenergywales.org.uk/&gt;

Renewable World: A group developing local, community energy projects across the developing world: http://renewable-world.org/

Anafon Hydro: A community energy hydro project in the Abergwyngregyn Valley, Gwynedd:  http://www.anafonhydro.co.uk/

Awel Aman Tawe: Community Energy charity in the Aman Valley: <http://www.awelamantawe.org.uk/&gt;

DEG (Developing Rural Energy): DEG is a social enterprise supporting community led action across northwest Wales to increase our area’s ability to cope with the rising cost of fossil fuels and improve our natural environment: http://deg.cymru/

Gower Power: Supporting local people to own natural resources: <http://www.gowerpower.coop/&gt;

Green Valleys: A project that cooperates to reduce carbon emissions, generate income and deliver social and environmental benefits within communities in the Brecon Beacons: http://www.thegreenvalleys.org/lang/cy/

Ynni Cymunedol Abertawe: Developing and managing renewable energy projects for the benefit of disadvantaged areas of Swansea: <https://www.swanseacommunityenergy.org.uk/&gt;

Ynni Ogwen: Community benefit society operating for the environmental and social benefit of Dyffryn Ogwen, including a community hydro project in Dyffryn Ogwen, Gwynedd: <http://www.ynniogwen.cymru/&gt;

Ynni Padarn Peris: Using local energy resources for the benefit of the area, including developing a community hydro project in Dyffryn Padarn Peris, Gwynedd: <https://www.facebook.com/pg/Ynni-Padarn-Peris-1584823911764145/about/?ref=page_internal&gt;

Ynni Sir Gâr/Carmarthenshire Energy: A social enterprise, working with communities to reduce energy costs, tackle fuel poverty, generate clean renewable energy, and keep the profits local. http://www.ynnisirgar.org/

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