Energy4All has grown to become a family of 22 independent renewable-energy co-operatives. Our Co-operatives have 13,250 individual members and have created 30MW of electricity capacity.

Energy4All demonstrates the power of co-operation in the renewables sector. We work with communities to develop innovative renewable energy projects, we then raise the funds those projects need to go forward, we bring high-quality project managers to support the construction process and finally we work with directors to help them manage the projects over the long-term.

View a short video filmed at the 2016 Energy4All AGM – our Directors and Co-operatives talk about Energy4All and the renewable sector as a  whole.

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Current Share Offers

Current Share Offers

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Developers

Developers

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News & Blog

Climbing High

On Thursday December 1st, two High Winds Board Members John Malone and David Eastlick donned safety harnesses and climbed the…

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Energy4All Co-ops

Below is a list of some of the E4A Co-op projects we are involved in.

  • West Solent Solar Co-operative
    West Solent Solar Co-op Hampshire
  • Boyndie Co-operative
    Boyndie Co-op Scotland
  • Drumlin Co-operative
    Drumlin Wind Energy Co-op Northern Ireland
  • Energy Prospects
    Energy Prospects United Kingdom
  • Fenland Green Power Co-op
    Fenland Green Power Co-op Lincolnshire
  • Great Glen Energy Co-op
    Great Glen Energy Co-op Scotland
  • Isle of Skye Renewables
    Isle of Skye Renewables Scotland
  • Kilbraur Wind Energy Co-op
    Kilbraur Wind Energy Co-op Scotland
  • Spirit of Lanarkshire Wind Energy Co-op
    Spirit of Lanarkshire Co-op Scotland
  • Westmill Wind Farm Co-op
    Westmill Wind Farm Co-op Oxfordshire

Why Invest?

Click on the video to see what our members have to say about why they invested in a renewable energy co-op.

Benefits of renewable energy Why Renewables?

Renewable energy will never run out, does not produce carbon dioxide and is available to everyone regardless of their location.

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  • Social Enterprise UK
  • Keyfund
  • I'm a member - Community Energy England