Need a community energy expert to mentor your project?

Hockerton Housing Project has installed solar PV equivalent to a third of its annual energy use. The remainder of its energy needs (which are all electric) are met by two domestic-scale wind turbines.

Our project managers at Hockerton Housing Project (HHP) are looking for community energy projects who want to learn from our experience, to take advantage of a new Mentoring Fund.

The scheme is only open to applicants until 12 December 2013, but successful applicants will receive support through to March 2015. It’s a rare offer of funding for community projects that aim to:
·      Generate energy
·      Reduce energy use, and/or
·      Manage and purchase energy

Hockerton Housing Project have a range of experience to share, in terms of scale and technologies, in energy generation, reduction and management. And they are experienced in mentoring a range of projects, having run a similar service through the Energy Saving Trust, as well as their current advisory services.

Find out more about the fund here, noting the eligibility criteria. If you are interested in the mentoring scheme please get in touch by 2 December, explaining a little about your organization and what you are trying to achieve in the next 18 months.

The HHP team look forward to hearing from you!

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