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Decentralised energy will revolutionise sustainable business, claims Mongoose Energy boss

Businesses that invest in decentralised energy systems can enjoy the triple benefit of economic value, security of supply and “telling a good story”, the new chief executive of community energy supplier Mongoose Energy has told edie.   Read full article by Edie here.  

24 July 2017

Isle of Wight curtailment reduced following intense negotiations with SSE

Widespread curtailment of solar generators that had been planned for the Isle of Wight between July and October will be largely avoided following intense negotiations between SSE and a consortium of affected generators on the island.   Read full article by Solar Power Portal here.    

24 July 2017

Investing in bath & bristol’s community energy just got a lot easier

The UK’s first ISA-eligible community energy bonds go live on Mongoose Crowd offering Bath and Bristol investors cleaner energy, tax-free financial returns, and better social dividends To mark ‘Community Energy Fortnight’, the UK’s first dedicated community energy crowdfunding platform – Mongoose Crowd – has launched its first green energy bonds offers to investors. This is […]

27 June 2017

Investing in your local green energy company just got a lot easier

Mongoose Energy launches UK’s first dedicated crowdfunding platform for community energy offering UK investors cleaner energy, tax-free financial returns, and better social dividends The UK’s leading community energy company Mongoose Energy today launched a new crowdfunding platform – Mongoose Crowd – to serve thousands of active community energy investors in the UK. Mongoose Crowd connects […]

19 June 2017

Work for Mongoose

Would you like to help with the future of Mongoose Energy? In our drive to increase community-owned renewable energy? If so, there may be an exciting possibility for you. The story so far In just two years, Mongoose has developed or acquired more than 55MW of renewable power, and now manages 65MW of green energy […]

02 April 2017

Solar Farms and meadows – an unexpected synergy?

Wildflower meadows are a quintessential part of our landscape. They used to be a familiar sight, but today only 3% remain, the rest lost to agriculture and urbanization. The loss of our meadows along with other habitats has had a devastating effect on biodiversity, birds of prey and larger mammals like deer and hare.  Solar […]

09 February 2017