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Wight Community Energy

Wight Community Energy are seeking £800,000 towards financing a 3.95MW ground-mounted solar park at
Homestead Farm to the south of Shalfleet on the Isle of Wight.

Wight Community Energy - What They Do

What they do

Wight Community Energy is a Community Benefit Society set up to promote, develop and deliver community-owned renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy supply projects across the Isle of Wight. Read more

Financial performance

This fundraise is for £800,000 that will enable Wight Community Energy to take ownership of a new 3.95MW solar park at Homestead Farm, near Shalfleet.


Interest first payable

September
2017

Forecast return

pro rata for partial first year

7%

Social performance

WCE concentrates on projects that reduce the impact of climate change and increase energy security, whilst at the same time generating significant community benefit and supporting the local economy.


  • Key social performance indicator

    Over 100,000

    tonnes of CO2 saved over the project

Governance and people

Who benefits

Wight Community Energy (WCE) is a Community Benefit Society set up to deliver community-owned renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy supply projects.


  • It is projected that over the course of the project over £2.4m will be paid from surpluses generated into an independent community fund.

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