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PowerPaired matches community energy groups with renewable energy owners

by Futures Centre, Jul 29
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PowerPaired is a new, free online platform which provides “a matchmaking service” to community energy groups and the owners of sites with potential for renewable energy generation. The project, conceptualised and designed by sustainability NGO Forum for the Future, supported by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery, and funded by Postcode Earth Trust and Friends Provident Foundation, aims to work with schools, farmers, private landowners amongst many others.

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In an attempt to combat obstacles faced by privately owned energy as well as the current system of community energy including lack of public awareness, time, resources and effort involved in the process of generating clean energy, PowerPaired is already offering over 100 assets from organisations such as the National Grid alongside churches, schools, offices and other sites across the UK.

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