Power to the People – a new film drilling deep into Cornwall’s energy future


 The latest film by award-winning charity Cornwall Climate Care, looking at the crucial issue of Cornwall’s energy future, is launching with a series of public screenings from late April. 

Power to the People, presented by Cornish surfer and geologist Lucy Cotton, explores the exciting opportunities, huge challenges and frustrating problems facing us in our efforts to wean ourselves off fossil fuels.

With fantastic resources of wind, sun, tides, geothermal heat and critical minerals, Cornwall is in a unique position to drive the whole country’s clean energy revolution. 

It's the annual general meeting of WREN next Thursday 28th September 2023 at 7pm at the John Betjeman Centre, Southern Way, Wadebridge. All WREN members are entitled to attend and are encouraged to do so. The notice of meeting, agenda and other documents can be found on our AGM page.

But before that, we will be holding a Community Fund open session also at the John Betjeman Centre for anyone (not just members) to come and find out more about the community funds that WREN administers

A day dedicated to local people, households, community groups & businesses in our collective journey to a net zero future. 

Thu, 26 January 2023, 11:00 – 21:30, Wadebridge Town Hall. 

Your Energy Transition - An invitation from Wadebridge Renewable Energy Network (WREN) and its Net Zero Community (NZCom) project partners, Community Energy Plus (CEP), Planet A Solutions and the University of Exeter.

The St Breock Fund is now open for applications and closes on 17th February 2023. Grants will be made to successful projects in April.

WREN will be holding an 'Energy Clinic' every 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 10am to 1pm at the John Betjeman Centre, working with Community Energy Plus. Just drop in – no appointments necessary.