What better way to celebrate a sunny weekend in June than installing some new Community Solar in Sheffield! June 11th saw 12 kWp of Sheffield Renewables funded Solar PV installed on the Common House at Five Rivers Co-housing, a volunteer led group building 22 housing units. The Common House will support communal living, powering the […]
This year’s AGM took place back in person for the first time in 3 years. It was great to get back together and the Quaker Meeting House was full with a good number of attendees. We had lots to celebrate! First, we have reached a major generation milestone – 1 million kWhs! That means in […]
In February we were invited to a “meet and greet” with the Shadow Secretary of State for Climate Change and Net Zero, Ed Miliband. The group has built close ties with Olivia Blake (MP for Hallam) who was previously spoken of our work in Parliament. First stop was our partner Lembas, who provide local, fresh produce […]
Our Annual General Meeting was held on Saturday, February 19th on-line. The main headlines: 34 members attended. One of our long-standing directors, Abigail Hathway, resigned and was thanked for all her hard work over the years. Erin Lachs was voted in as our new Chair. We had a successful year’s generation of electricity. We have […]
Our AGM was held on-line this year. The main papers are available below. The papers are: Agenda (word doc) Minutes of AGM 2020 (PDF) Accounts (PDF) CBF Report from 2020 (word doc) Statement from Ted Datta (word doc) The minutes of this year’s meeting are here (PDF). The Chair’s presentation is here(PDF). Future Directions presentation by Luke […]
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