Community Solar and Car Share Keswick and Cockermouth

A feasibility study focussed on the towns of Keswick and Cockermouth which investigates the potential for community-owned (or community-led) solar photovoltaic (PV) installations, electric vehicle (EV) charge points and car clubs. This study has been funded by the Rural Community Energy Fund. Download the study Download [...]


Community Energy Start-Up

A £15,000 grant helped CAfS to produce bespoke solar mapping and carbon footprint tools which were piloted with small businesses and households in three distinct communities to help them maximise their collective potential to generate renewable energy. The assessment combined the latest tailored advice for businesses on how to decarbonise. [...]


Expanding electric vehicle infrastructure

We helped a partnership of organisations from across the country install electric vehicle chargepoints across Cumbria and Lancashire. Charge My Street installed community-owned, public chargepoints in places near to houses that don't have off-street parking to make the idea of switching to an EV more feasible in the eyes of [...]