Community Energy is slowly growing across the country. If you have never heard about it, it would not come as a surprise, even though the concept has been acknowledged for the last past 10 years. After all, the Community Energy Strategy was only proposed in 2014 when the Department of Energy and Climate Change presented… Read More 5 Reasons Why You Should be Part of a Community Energy Scheme
Exploring the PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE of energy and sustainability in Milton Keynes. We are delighted to be part of MK’s first Community Energy Conference. Come along to find out more about the CAPE project – chat to our team and explore the CAPE community energy website that we are developing. Reserve your FREE space… Read More MK Community Energy Conference – 25 February
We are delighted to let you know that CAPE Project has won the Smart Cities UK 2017 award under the Housing category – for projects that improve the standard of living for homeowners and to support low cost living. Our colleagues at The Open University collected the awards (also granted to the Our MK and the… Read More We’ve won our first award!
Second workshop as part of the Energage Project: Come along to our second workshop co-design workshops series being organised as part of the Energage project, closely linked to CAPE, Community Action Platform for Energy. Topic: Engaging positively with the community Date: Tuesday 14th February: 5-7pm Location: Community Action: MK office – 351 Midsummer Boulevard, 3rd… Read More 14 February: Workshop for Community Energy Champions
Date and time: Wednesday 25th January: 4-6PM Location: Tech Mahindra Office – 401 Grafton Gate, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 1AT. Can you get involved in CAPE community field trial? We would like to invite you to a testing session for the website that we have been developing as part of the CAPE, Community Action Platform for Energy project. CAPE… Read More CAPE website testing – can you help us?
Find out more here: http://www.communityactionmk.org/energage
How Community Action:MK will be working with local communities and citizens to involve them in the CAPE project.… Read More How will communities be involved in the CAPE project?