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BEN Open Meeting 19 June 2019

Host:Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust

Theme: solar power for the city for the future

 

Please see the presentations and workshop outputs below.

 

Presentations:

Link to the Lockleaze Community Plan from Suzanne Wilson

Lockleaze Solar Rooftop Farm by David Saunders

Bristol Solar Map by Thomas Statham & Lenka Hašová

BEG Solar auction by Matt Wood

Link to the One City Plan from Mark Leach

BEN Update by Caroline Ennion

 

Workshops:

What can BEN do for you?

What can BEN do for you?

Next steps:

1. Send out a small survey to each of our members to secure funding bid that will better help BEN to support YOU!

2. Look at setting up a Spotlight on Community Buildings event and invite anchor organisations across the city

3. Add some governance documents and a guide to setting up new groups to the Resources section of the website

 

Solar Auctions

Solar Auctions

Next step:

Initiate discussions with the different authorities in the West of England and WECA to look at a regional Solar Auction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Co-design

 

Community Co-design

Next Steps:

1. BEN to look into developing a tools for anchor organisations on writing Community Energy Plans, showcasing energy efficiency measures in community buildings and developing a business case for community energy projects

2. Revitalise the Greater Fishponds group to develop a community solar project supported by BEN

3. BEN to work include Ashley Community Housing in the WarmUpSkillUp project to address the energy efficiency performance gap of new-build housing and existing housing.

 

Toolkit for how communities and local authorities can work together

Toolkit workshop

Next Steps:

  1. Pull out the key learning points and key wins for both Local Authorities and Community Groups, with short summaries of each section
  2. The case studies need to include heroic failures and what we can learn from them
  3. This is all about people, so emphasise co-design and why it’s important for Local Authorities in particular to engage with communities through energy