Volunteer your smart meter data to help enable local energy grids

ECOE is pleased to introduce an exciting new project called Future bE.  Read on to find out how you can help them to help you consume local energy: Future bE is an Exeter based research company setup to pursue technical solutions to our pressing energy challenges. We are currently running a very exciting project with […]

Meet the new people at ECOE: Lenka Hill

The ECOE team continues to evolve with time. We’re keeping you up to date on the new faces to you so that you don’t wonder who they are when you meet them. Here, we introduce Lenka Hill. What is your role at ECOE? I have joined the ECOE team as an External Independent Director in […]

Meet the new people at ECOE: Trevor Crawford

The ECOE team continues to evolve with time. We’re keeping you up to date on the new faces to you so that you don’t wonder who they are when you meet them. Here, we introduce Trevor Crawford. What is your role at ECOE? I’ve taken on the role as Finance Director, joining ECOE at the […]

Healthy Homes for Wellbeing fights pandemic injustices

With people currently confined to their homes for so long, fuel poverty has put affected households more at risk from the worst effects of Covid-19. This unjust situation is unacceptable. We’d therefore like to take a moment to praise our Healthy Homes for Wellbeing team for their great work to help make things fairer. After […]

Three organisations win ECOE community fund grants, but it remains open to applications

The community fund is very important to Exeter Community Energy, and even more so in these difficult times. We draw on the income from our ten solar power sites to fund groups in and near Exeter working on clean energy and fuel poverty. These funds can help build back better. This year, ECOE has a […]

Meet the new people at ECOE: Julie Glover

The ECOE team continues to evolve with time. We’re keeping you up to date on the new faces to you so that you don’t wonder who they are when you meet them. Here, we introduce Julie Glover, who is a Home Energy Advisor for East Devon within the Health Homes for Wellbeing Project. What is […]

Meet the new people at ECOE: Vickie Mogford

The ECOE team continues to evolve with time. We’re keeping you up to date on the new faces to you so that you don’t wonder who they are when you meet them. Here, we introduce Vickie Mogford, who is a benefits advisor for the Health Homes for Wellbeing Project. What is your role at ECOE […]

Act green in 2021: Could you volunteer for ECOE?

A new year will soon be upon us – and even in the midst of the pandemic climate and fuel poverty remain pressing problems. If you’re looking for a meaningful way to act, we have an exciting opportunity for you. Interested? If so, we welcome anyone with the interest and passion to help ECOE – […]

Call for applications for 2020 ECOE Community Fund grants

After a successful third year of ECOE’s Community Fund, it is now open for applications again. The fund is available for local community groups to apply for financing for projects that help to save energy and/or help to alleviate fuel poverty. For 2020, we have a total of £6,990 available, up from £6,235 last year. […]

Watch again: Wise Up About Fuel Poverty with ECOE and Ben Bradshaw MP

This winter could be the most devastating for fuel poor customers in years. Those who were already struggling with their energy costs may find that they are plunged deeper into crisis, while others who may have never been worried about their finances could find themselves in a very different situation to where they were 12 […]