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What People Want
A 2020/1 public attitudes survey conducted by the UK’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy showed that:
- 66% of people thought renewable heating systems would be expensive to install6.
- 75% thought renewable energy developments should provide direct benefits to local communities7.
The lowest fifth bracket of incomes fell by an average 3.8% per year between 2017 and 2023.8
What happened to Community Energy?
The end of Feed-in-Tariff stopped £127M of investments into Local Community Renewable Energy Projects9.
The complexity of regulations, coordinating stakeholders, expensive legal, financial and technical skills and the need for volunteers have contributed to a small overall number of UK projects (300)10.
Now, community energy accounts for around 0.5% of energy generated in the UK10.
With rising living costs outstripping wage growth, the upfront cost of renewable technology continues to stop people accessing the cheap, green energy it produces.
EFA helps reduce the cost of living by providing access to cheap green energy.
EFA project’s will remove Tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere.
EFA provides access to sustainable housing so it’s in reach of everyone.
EFA gives people tools that enable them to get what they want.
EFA addresses the fundamental cause of man-made climate change.
EFA provides clear provenance onto the ESG impact of investments.
The United Nations’ 17 global sustainability objectives and where we’ll contribute.
The Earthshot Prize; read how local energy as-a-service will help fix our climate.
This tool helps businesses assess their sustainability – read our self-assessment.
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