Innovative Lockleaze Loves Solar to be launched on November 28th
They say there is no such thing as a free lunch, but Lockleaze Loves Solar is inviting residents to a free dinner on Thursday 28 November to tell residents about a Lockleaze roof-top solar project.
Lockleaze residents can apply to have solar installed on their roofs, there will be no upfront costs, and their electricity bills will be cheaper. You don’t have to sign up to get a free dinner, it’s just a chance to hear more, eat some delicious Caribbean food by local chef and get excited about this brilliant local project designed to benefit the community and the
This project is a partnership with Lockleaze Neighbourhood Trust (who run the Hub and the Cameron Centre), Low Carbon Gordano and Zero Carbon Bristol. This innovative project has been supported by Power to Change who are funded from the Big Lottery, who support communities owning assets, running community businesses and services to meet local needs. Through their Next Generation funding they want innovative community businesses to trial how renewable energy can be supported since government subsidies have been removed.
The Lockleaze Community Plan identified 55% of residents say their energy bills sometimes cause them financial strain, and increasingly residents are concerned about the environment. This project is a positive action addressing uncertainty and financial strain of electricity bills, action for the climate and creating a community-owned asset in resident’s control.
If you would like to attend the launch of Lockleaze Loves Solar sign up on Eventbrite or contact the Hub 0117 914 1129. To know more about the project fill in a form at https://tinyurl.com/solarlockleaze or contact Suzanne@lockleazent.co.uk