WREN works to raise income from renewable generation for local projects, to help cut energy use (and fuel bills), and to bring the wider economic benefits that come the early adoption of the low carbon economy, including high value employment.
WREN’s own income is directed to those community projects and investments chosen by its members.
WREN has three broad principles:
- WREN is for everyone in the locality, not just for those already concerned with these issues.
- WREN seeks to save and generate energy at a scale that will have a meaningful impact upon the population’s actual consumption.
- WREN subjects itself to rigorous external evaluation.
Major award for WREN director
Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network’s Stephen Frankel picked up a top accolade at the 10th annual South West Green Energy Awards on Tuesday, 26th November.Read more...
Wadebridge Energy Futures - Our town, our energy, our choice. What was your view?
Wadebridge people have given a resounding thumbs up to their town recapturing the innovative spirit of earlier years.
WREN Community Fund give-away
Ten local groups have been awarded cash grants totalling £5,000 from the WREN Community Fund give-away.