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Crossroads for the UK’s community energy sector

After enjoying a decade of policy support, community energy developers in the UK are having to re-imagine business models and revenue streams for themselves. Jennifer Johnson looks at what it will take to keep the sector on course.

Article details

EW April 2019 pp20-21 OA.pdf

Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Countries: United Kingdom -

Subjects: Distributed generation - Feed-in Tariffs - Community energy - Decentralisation -

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