Tag: renewable

Community Solar Offer – Totnes Renewable Energy Society


Enjoy a supply of clean, green, community owned solar electricity at 10% less than your grid price.

TRESOC installs solar panels and sells electricity to its customers at 10% below the grid price, with funds raised from local member/shareholders, large & small, to pay for the solar panel installations.

Schools, businesses, clinics, offices, workshops, retail outlets, leisure centres – in fact, any building with good daytime electricity demand and an unshaded roof facing east, south or west could be suitable for TRESOC community owned solar electricity.

Call us on tel 01803 867431 to find out if you could benefit from cut price, community owned, solar electricity – with profits returned to the local community.
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Goats’ dung could give farm renewable power | Totnes Renewable Energy Society


A green project to power Dartington with dung has been give a €£18,000 grant to fund a feasibility study. The study will look at how to set up a 100kW anaerobic digester producing energy from farmyard manure at Old Parsonage Farm on the Dartington Hall estate in Devon. Totnes Renewable Energy Society (TRESOC) has won the grant funding for the feasibility study from the Rural Community Energy Fund. If the study proves the renewable energy scheme is commercially viable, TRESOC will be looking at raising cash for its construction through a community share offer, so that the plant is owned by the local community – ensuring the economic benefits from the project are shared locally.
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