The 1066 Energy campaign is the campaign for local energy. It aims to take control of reducing how much energy we need, generate more renewable energy locally and ensure that this is owned by the community in order to help build a resilient local economy. We are looking for experienced volunteers with expertise around governance […]
Energise Sussex Coast have been commissioned by the East Sussex Energy Partnership to expand on our fuel poverty research for Chesshire Lehmann Fund and integrate it within the framework of the Fuel Poverty Reduction programme in East Sussex. Our research focused on the positive mental health benefits of key interventions. What works? What are the […]
Richard and Sarah attended REconomy/LIFT (Local Innovation For Transition) on February 25th in London. The event gave Transition Town groups across London and the South East the chance to get together and share knowledge and ideas with a particular focus on strengthening local economies. Richard gave a short presentation about what ESC are working on […]
Introducing Energise Sussex Coast
Energise Sussex Coast is a social enterprise established to address fuel poverty in Hastings, Rye and Rother through the promotion of energy efficiency programmes and renewable energy generation.
We have initiated a number of projects all aimed at reducing people’s fuel bills and reducing carbon emissions.
We particularly want to support the over-70s, people with young families, in rented homes or on benefits.