Our share offer is now beginning to gain momentum, with an increasing number of investors showing support for the project. One investor, 6th Generation Oldhamer K. Winter, tells us why he has invested in the current share offer: ” I was
If you think all schools and community centres should be powered by renewable energy, then come to this special presentation in the conservatory at Alexandra Park. Time: 1pm Date: 12 June 2016 Directors of Oldham Community Power (OCP) will explain
We are pleased to announce that Renewable Energy 4 Business has been appointed as installer for Phase 1 of the project.
A large number of Council owned and community buildings in Oldham have the potential to generate some or all of their onsite heat and electricity using renewable energy technologies. The cost of the technology would be covered through a combination
Oldham Council commissioned a series of surveys of potential sites in Council ownership which could be suitable candidates for PV and biomass. So far, the Properties considered are all schools, community centres, and other community based buildings e.g. mosques, churches,
The renewable energy installations will all be owned by and run by the people and voluntary and community sector based in Oldham. This is a true community energy project. Ownership will be through a community share issue and priority membership will