Community Groups are experiencing multiple obstacles rather than Government support when they try to increase local renewable electricity. en10ergy’s recent solar-electricity/rain-harvesting project is a good example. The United Nations climate summit in Glasgow, COP 26, set for this November is an opportunity for our government to rectify the situation. en10ergy was awarded … [Read more...] about Community energy obstacles – a job for COP26
en10ergy Limited has been awarded a grant of £15,000 from the GLA's London Community Energy Fund to examine the feasibility of two projects for Muswell HIll: a combined solar energy and rainwater harvesting installation in the car park behind Marks & Spencer's Muswell Hill shop, and a solar powered battery-charging, water-refill and information point in Saint James's Square … [Read more...] about en10ergy awarded grant for solar+rainwater projects
Members of en10ergy management committee, with Catherine West MP, Cllr Kirstin Hearn - Haringey cabinet member for environment, Nicky Gavron - chair of London Assembly planning committee, and supporters were at Fortismere School on Saturday to celebrate the completion of our solar pv installation on the roof of the school science block, which is visible just behind the … [Read more...] about Solar panels at Fortismere up and running
en10ergy's fourth solar pv installation, at Fortismere school in Muswell Hill, was installed last month, and is now generating power for the school. The main cost of installation was covered by funds raised in our 2017 share offer for the installation at Woodside High School, but not used there as the scale of that project had to be reduced for technical reasons. Many thanks … [Read more...] about PV at Fortismere: new opportunity to invest.
en10ergy and Fortismere School, Muswell Hill, have negotiated a deal to install 105 photovoltaic panels on the roof of the science block on Twyford Avenue. The installation is capable of producing up to 30 kiloWatts at peak performance, and is estimated to contribute about 25,500 kiloWatt hours per year to the schools electricity supply. It will also reduce carbon emissions by … [Read more...] about New solar installation for Fortismere School