A two-week initiative to showcase community owned renewable energy projects and energy saving schemes has been launched.
The Community Energy Fortnight consists of a number of events at existing projects to highlight the upsides of community energy as well as workshops to help people get involved.
They include a National Trust walking tour of hydroelectric projects in Snowdonia National Park, trips around wind farms in Oxfordshire and Glasgow and visits to solar and hydroelectric schemes in West Sussex, North Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
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