We have extensive experience of developing and delivering Community Energy schemes and delivering training to support the sector.
We are both directors of our local community renewable organisations, MORE Renewables and Pennine Community Power and newly formed Community Energy North.
We can provide support to existing and new community energy organisations and to landowners or site owners interested in partnering with community energy organisations including:
- Project identification and feasibility studies (technical, financial and organisational feasibility)
- Governance support for the appropriate legal structure for a project, including Community Benefit Societies.
- Financial modelling and support in identifying funding and project finance.
- Project delivery support including project management, mentoring, liaison with stakeholders (including DNO, installers, communities), leases, power purchase agreements and share offer and launch.
- Innovation projects to explore and develop new business models.
We held a successful event to equip building owners and developers with the information needed to understand the benefits of community energy, identify whether there are opportunities for community energy on their estate and how to develop successful partnerships with community energy organisations. It was fascinating to hear from Bev and Mark, both leading large […]
Quantum coordinated and faciliated a workshop to develop the Community Energy Action Plan for Greater Manchester and to write up the results into the Action Plan for the COALESCCE project and a summary for the Green Summit 2019. We devised the event format,recruited speakers, produced an event pack and carried out marketing and participant recruitment. […]
Bradford Trident commissioned Quantum to carry out two feasibility studies. Firstly, to investigate the potential to install solar PV on six of its buildings and to model whether a community energy model would be viable to install, own and run the solar PV schemes, selling electricity to Bradford Trident. Secondly, to investigate the viability of […]