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The Rough Guide to Community Energy – free book

Rough Guides has published a new book titled The Rough Guide to Community Energy.

With financial backing from retailer Marks & Spencer and distribution by energy efficiency pressure group 10:10, the new book is being distributed for free to encourage Britons to launch carbon-cutting and renewable-energy projects in their local communities.

The Rough Guide to Community Energy is a ’how-to’ guide for community energy projects, covering everything from setting up a group to picking a renewable technology, as well as providing advice on finances and governance. The book features many case studies of community energy projects, including wind, solar PV, solar thermal, heat pumps, biomass, hydro, CHP and energy efficiency.

The book can be downloaded here: The Rough Guide to Community Energy (2.74 MB PDF; right click and select ‘Save target as…’ to download)

Printed copies are also available for the price of two first-class stamps and an A5 envelope. To receive a printed copy, simply send a self-addressed A5 envelope with two first-class stamps to the following address:

Community Energy book


8A Delancey Passage

Camden Town

London NW1 7NN

About timprobert

Freelance Journalist & Owner, Millicent Media


2 Responses to “The Rough Guide to Community Energy – free book”

  1. Great blog. Thanks!

    Posted by Dragan | February 14, 2012, 2:20 PM
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  2. Great job. Well done!

    Posted by Dragan | February 19, 2012, 4:14 PM
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