Liverpool Community Renewables

Organisations we work with

Liverpool Community Renewables was established in June 2014 by members of Liverpool Transition Towns energy group and Friends of the Earth.

LCR is registered with Co-operatives UK and is a member of Co-operatives North West. Co-operatives UK is the national body that campaigns and works to promote, develop and unite co-operative enterprises.

Co-operatives North West is the regional network of co-operative enterprise in the North West of England. Co-operatives North West`s vision is to promote develop and sustain a thriving regional co-operative economy and community.

LCR is a member of Community Energy England. Community Energy England was established in 2014 as a not-for-profit organisation, set up to provide a voice for the community energy sector and help create the conditions within which community energy can flourish.

LCR is registered as a RESCoop. RESCoop is short for Renewable Energy Sources Coop. RESCoop 20-20-20 (PDF) is an initiative launched by the Federation of groups and co-operatives of citizens for renewable energy in Europe with the support of the Intelligent Energy Europe Program (European Commission).

LCR is on the Energy Mentoring Programme, supported by Co-operatives UK and the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. The programme is a new initiative which enables new community energy groups to benefit from support delivered by experienced mentors as they seek to develop community energy projects.

Our mentoring organisation is Sharenergy. Sharenergy helps communities set up and own renewable energy societies. Sharenergy is involved with lots of projects around the UK.

We have also received help and advice and hope to continue to work with My Green Investment CIC.

LCR is working with L8 Living Sustainably, a local lottery funded project which aims to promote renewable energy in South Liverpool.

LCR are working to develop links with the Local Enterprise Partnership and the City Council.


Comment (1)

  1. Danny O'neill

    I am happy to see that you’re organisations is working towards reducing fuel poverty in and around the Liverpoolarea.
    This is something I have been trying to address myself, by offering free energy surveys to establish if a household would qualify for a free A rated energy efficient boiler,subject to certain conditions,and generate awareness that every household is entitled to free loft and cavity wall insulation.
    Maybe you can point me in the right direction to find the people most in need.
    Kind Regards


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