SidEnergy is the Sid Valley’s community energy cooperative. Its chief aim is to increase the financial energy security of the area having identified a £15 million drain of resources from the Sid Valley, in the form of energy use.
As energy bills continue to rise, this £15 million is only set to increase. So what can we do to protect ourselves against further increases?
SidEnergy has been created to empower the residents of our local area to take more control of their energy use.
If you want to reduce your bills and support the move towards clean renewable energy in the Sid Valley, then sign up to our mailing list by completing our registration form, or email us for more information.
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One of its projects is to help people switch to cheaper energy suppliers:
SidEnergy | Energy Switching
Community Energy Fortnight 2014
In association with
13-28 September 2014
The Community Energy Fortnight is an opportunity to explore and celebrate how communities across the UK are generating, owning and saving energy. Doors will be opened to projects up and down the country – from seeing inside a wind turbine to building your own solar panel – giving you a chance to see local renewables projects up-close and meet the people who are directly benefitting from them.
Community Energy Fortnight 2014 | Community Energy Coalition
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