The various Brixton Energy projects have been developed in partnership with the following organisations:
Power to Change (PtC) is an independent charitable trust set up in January 2015 to grow community business across England. This means providing money, advice and support to help local people come together to take control. PtC is financed by the Big Lottery Fund, and they have provided Repowering London with funding to help carry out the second phase of Brixton Energy.
Transition Town Brixton (TTB) a community-based movement with a practical approach to preparing for a low-carbon future. For the last couple of years, TTB have been exploring ways of increasing energy efficiency and using renewable energy in Brixton. Brixton Energy is aligned with the aims of the Transition movement.
|The Brixton Pound (B£) is money that sticks to Brixton. It’s designed to support Brixton businesses and encourage local trade and production. It’s a complementary currency, working alongside (not replacing) pounds sterling, for use by independent local shops and traders.|
|Lambeth Council strives to give people more involvement and control of the services they use and the places where they live by putting council resources in their hands. Brixton Energy Co-operative will see residents generating their own energy and reducing carbon emissions realising Lambeth Council’s ambition of moving towards a Cooperative Council.|
We have received advice and support from the following organisations:
|Simmons & Simmons
a worldclass international law firm, which provided free legal advice on this Share Offer document and the lease documents for use of Elmore House.