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Community Energy Scotland

Community Energy Scotland
Community Energy Scotland is Scotland’s only national charity dedicated to supporting communities to develop their own renewable energy projects. We provide detailed, independent advice and support on all aspects of community energy development, from micro to megawatt scale, and have supported almost 1,000 community groups across Scotland to this end. As a membership organisation, we represent the interests of our members and community clients at a policy level to keep community energy at the forefront of organisations such as DECC, OFGEM, SSE and the National Grid. We deliver service contracts such as the Community and Renewable Energy Scheme Loan Fund (CARES) and the Big Lottery’s Growing Community Assets (GCA) fund, as well as regional contracts, and even international support in Malawi.

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Innergies

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Innergies is a consultancy firm that works for endogenous deployment of sustainable energy. It conceives, sets in place and replicates models for community based development of renewables. Innergies operates regional campaigns and international projects that support local energy-climate policies and citizen mobilization towards becoming Energy positive.

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deENet

deENet
In the Competence Network Distributed Energy Technologies deENet, based in Kassel/Germany, more than 100 companies, research institutes and service providers have joined forces to develop under one roof system solutions of distributed energy technology and energy efficiency. Some of the most important subjects nowadays are concepts for regional value creation through decentralized Energy systems and strategic consulting for municipalities to develop integrated climate protection concepts.

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ENERGIAKLUB

ENERGIAKLUB
ENERGIAKLUB has remained true to its unique mission, having spent over 20 years in creating a new awareness in Hungary. With our research, training courses, and wide-reaching communication, our aim is to make energy producers, users and perhaps even political decision-makers regard energy in a different way. While retaining a sense of the common interest, we impartially synthesize the newest international results, working together with the most significant European organisations and institutions. Our work concentrates on energy efficiency, renewable resources, climate protection, conventional energy resources and energy policy.

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RURENER

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RURENER is a network of small rural communities (villages and small towns) wishing to reduce their energy consumption and dependence on fossil fuels and instead harness the power of local renewable energy sources. Not only does this help to reduce CO2 emissions, but developing clean energy solutions in rural areas can play a major role in achieving a sustainable rural economy.

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Climate Alliance

Climate Alliance
The “Climate Alliance of European Cities with the Indigenous Rainforest Peoples” is the largest city network committed to climate protection and preservation of the tropical rainforests. Since 1990, Climate Alliance has supported a total of now over 1,600 members from 20 European countries in attainment of their voluntary commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by ten percent every five years and to halve per capita emissions by 2030 at the latest (base year 1990). To preserve the tropical rainforests, Climate Alliance cooperates with indigenous rainforest peoples.

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Intelligent Energy – Europe (IEE) offers a helping hand to organisations willing to improve energy sustainability. Launched in 2003 by the European Commission, the programme is part of a broad push to create an energy-intelligent future for us all.IEE programme from the EU
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