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Roe deer in Chelworth

On our visits to the Chelworth site we often see roe deer grazing around the panels. The picture below was taken just this month. In Wiltshire we are lucky to have some of the best roe deer in Europe. Roe are the smallest deer native to Western Europe. They are often seen where food and […]

30 October 2015
Chelworth

Malmesbury Cubs visit Chelworth PV site

On the evening of the 9th October the Malmesbury Cubs visited the Chelworth PV site as part of their series of visits to sites of environmental interest. After a short talk about safety (and telling them about the need for quiet if they wanted to see any wildlife), we asked the boys to set off in small groups to look […]

22 October 2015
 

Response to DECC consultation on a review of the FiTs scheme

Introduction This is the consultation response of Wiltshire Wildlife Community Energy. We have read the Government consultation document and associated impact assessment with interest. We have a number of comments to make on the consultation document. The future level of FiTs The proposed profile for FiTs over time is shown in Figure 1. Figure 1: Typical FiT […]

16 October 2015

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Miranda Cumberbatch

Miranda is a senior manager at the charity Nottingham Energy Partnership – through successful commercial bids, and partnerships she has secured more than £12 million of investment for Nottinghamshire. In 2008 Miranda was appointed to the Affordable Warmth Programme Manager and since then has enjoyed working at the forefront of community regeneration and domestic energy […]

12 November 2015
 

Kevin Hard

Kevin Hard is a Director and founder of EvoEnergy. Kevin’s passion for clean energy and renewables started whilst completing his PhD, and has since built and sold a number of Multimillion pound Solar related businesses. He is a Chartered Engineer, sits on the Board of the Solar Trade Association and is a winner of multiple […]

12 November 2015
 

Philip Angus

In 2006 Phil was appointed Manager of Nottingham Energy Partnership (NEP), a fuel poverty and climate change charity, and before that was the Energy Strategy Coordinator for Nottingham City Council. Since joining NEP Phil has steered the organisation from a small three staffed operation to one that delivers multi-million pound projects with a team of […]

12 November 2015
 

Richard Posner

Richard Posner is a partner at a large East Midlands firm of solicitors, with offices in Nottingham, Derby and Mansfield. He has experience of a large community project as chair of trustees of Notts County Football in the Community. That is the charity associated with Notts County football club which undertakes a wide range of […]

05 November 2015
 

David Hallett

David is a qualified Barrister and Chartered Accountant. He specialised in taxation and in advising businesses on wider commercial issues. He practised in this field, in London and Nottingham, for 30 years, before retiring 12 years ago. Since then he has been very engaged with the voluntary sector. He is on the Board of 3 […]

05 November 2015
 

John Lancaster

Having studied physics and then Environmental Technology, John has pursued a 20-year career in renewable energy consultancy and project development. Over the past 5 years he has focused on community ownership and was a founder director of Bath and West Community Energy. Since then John has helped set up several Community Benefit Societies, bringing experience […]

05 November 2015