Solar energy opportunity

25/10/2018 at 11:54 am | Posted in Community energy | 2 Comments

Community Energy Birmingham is launching a new ethical share offer

Solar energy has rather stalled recently, but our friends at CEB are bravely going forward with another project and  are launching their new share offer on Tuesday 30th October.

They already have solar roofs on community buildings in Moseley and Sparkbrook and they now have one lined up in Castle Vale. Existing investors have just received a 4% return on their shares, so ethical investment can pay.

There will be a presentation to learn more and decide if you want to be an investor. Two launch events planned, where to find out more, meet the team, and ask questions:

Event 1 :  Tuesday 30th October. 6.00 pm at Birmingham Friends of the Earth, The Warehouse, 54-57  Allison Street Birmingham B5 5TH

Event 2 : Thursday 1st November, 7.00 pm at the Moseley Exchange, 145 Alcester Road, Moseley B13 8JP

Further details are available on CEB website                      BOOK EVENTS HERE

 

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  1. Good to hear that CEB has already raised 60% of the money required, with more local investors being sought. Closes 31 Dec, but may extend to get the whole amount.

  2. Even better news now that all the money has been raised by CEB and the solar roof is to be installed before the closure of the feed in tariff programme.. Community Energy Birmingham


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