Our fantastic members are busy engaging with their communitites, developing projects and helping the sector grow. This page lists events where our members will provide updates, stimulate debate and pass on their wealth of expertise. 

We also include selected events from organisations supportive of Community Energy England and the community energy sector as a whole.

If you would like your event to feature on this page, please use our event submission form, where you can provide all the details for us to review and approve.

If your organisation is supportive of our work and the sector but is not already a member, please consider joining us to add weight to our voice as we support and advocate on behalf of community energy. You can find out more about membership here and request to join here.

Powering Up Greater Manchester

 01/12/2020  15:00 – 16:30

Powering Up Greater Manchester will look at what needs to be done to “power-up” green jobs, investment and keep lives running in the region.

Eco-Renovation for Builders training course

 01/12/2020  to 10/12/2020  5-6:30pm

This new, unique course hosted by Carbon Co-op brings together theory and practical experience and it digs into how to apply building physics to the messy reality retrofit.

RCEF Community Power

 01/12/2020  1pm

Hosted by Nottingham City Council, this event will help you learn how your community could benefit from the Rural Community Energy Fund.

The Energy Networks Innovation Conference

 08/12/2020  to 09/12/2020

The Energy Networks Innovation Conference, formerly the Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference (LCNI), will be a free interactive virtual conference this year held on 8 and 9 December 2020

Innovation Lab webinar series: Open LV 8th December 2020

 08/12/2020  10:30am-12pm

In this month's instalment Bridget Newbery from the Centre for Sustainable Energy will be discussing the Open LV project.

Creating the network of the future - RIIO-ED2 innovation strategy

 14/12/2020  9.30+10.30

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks believe that three main objectives that will drive the need for innovation as they build the network of the future: value for money for customers, meeting the needs of their stakeholders and enabling Great Britain's low carbon transition. To achieve this they need to drive further innovation and also ensure they realise the full value of existing innovative work delivered across the industry.