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Have you ever wanted to get involved in generating clean solar electricity but don’t know how to start?

SE24 are investing in solar panels on community buildings, generating a 4% rate of return for investors, plus clean electricity and community benefits!

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Want to be part of a local community helping a local institutions reduce their electricity bills by £70,000?

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Invest in a brighter future – with SE24

Sustainable Energy 24 Ltd (SE24) is a community energy group based in South London.

We aim to encourage and develop locally-owned renewable energy projects, so we can all reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and put money back into the local community.

  • Fully funded
  • £202,000 pledged
  • 42 backers
  • Thank you!

SE24 announces three new community energy projects – with support from Community Energy London

Alan Jones, Chair of SE24 “We were delighted to secure funding under the latest round of the Mayor’s community energy fund. This will help fund a solar PV feasibility study at the Charter School North Dulwich as well as provide…

March 2021 – Community Energy Powers Up in London

The Mayor of London has today announced new support for community-led energy projects across the city. 38 community energy projects were awarded a total of £539,000 in the fourth phase of the London Community Energy Fund (LCEF4) Sites to be…

SE24 AGM & public meeting 30 June 2020: The role of community energy groups in the ‘Green Recovery’

Here are the presentations from: Brit Jurgensen of Carbon Coop; Duncan Law of Community Energy England; and Ollie Pendered of Community Energy South.

Speak up for the climate: DAWN CC event – 8 Feb 2020

10.30am-5pm @ Herne Hill Baptist Church Mark Hughes, one of the founders and drivers of SE24, is also chair of the Dulwich Climate Coalition and SE24 is proud to have been a supporter of that initiative. In this post Mark looks…

What has SE24 achieved so far?

‘Celebrating community energy in South London’: a summary of the July 2nd public meeting by SE24 Director, Laura Wilson

During Community Energy Fortnight 2019, SE24, joined forces with neighbouring community energy groups SELCE and Repowering to celebrate our achievements over the past few years and showcase how community energy can play a key role in combatting climate change. The…

Harriet Lamb in interview #TalkingEnergy

#TalkingEnergy interview with Harriet Lamb (CEO of Ashden and Vice-Chair of SE24)


Smart Export Guarantee: a briefing by SE24 volunteer Will Shanks

The Smart Export Guarantee is the new scheme that will ensure future SE24 projects will be able to sell unused electricity, while our partners continue to benefit from cheap energy. The scheme is replacing the Feed in Tariff (FiT, closed…

Community energy impact study

Here are the slides that were used at the presentation earlier this year investigating the impact of community energy initiatives around the country – describing their successes in community engagement and job creation as well as in environmental impact.

Celebrating the launch of SE24’s solar PV installation at Walworth Methodist Church

July 2nd saw the launch of SE24 Sustainable Energy’s latest solar PV installation. 76 solar panels are now installed on the roof of Walworth Methodist Church (see picture A). These panels will provide cheaper, greener electricity for the church and…