BWCE Fund supports the Funder Commitment on Climate Change


In May 2021, the BWCE Fund signed up to the Funder Commitment on Climate Change, committing to play our part in addressing the causes of climate change and supporting adaptation…

Writhlington becomes our latest Solar School


BWCE are delighted to announce the installation of a large-scale 170kW solar system on the roof of Writhlington School in Radstock.

BWCE Fund helps iconic heritage building towards energy efficiency


What do you do when one of the most inspiring places in a World Heritage City is also one of the worst performers in energy terms? That's the question a senior group of Bath-based…

BWCE Fund hands out £31,706 to local community projects


The BWCE Fund has awarded £31,706 in funding to 11 projects to help them reduce carbon emissions and tackle fuel poverty

BWCE Fund supported Grow Batheaston flourishing!


In January 2021 GROW Batheaston received a grant from the BWCE Fund. Only one year old at the time, this community group has really ‘grown’ since then! Ali Rogers and Alison…

How could the UK Government support Community Energy?


Some of the ideas suggested by BWCE to our local MP Wera Hobhouse prior to the Community Energy Schemes debate in parliament.

COP 26, the UK Government and Community Energy


BWCE’s Managing Director Pete Capener reflects on COP26 and the role of Government and community energy in the energy transition.

Half Year Generation Report


In the six months from April to the end of September BWCE projects have generated 8,909 MWh. That's equivalent to the electrical demand from 5,748 homes during that period, saving…

BWCE Fund Now Open


The BWCE Fund is now open for applications with a deadline of 9am on 5th November 2021. The BWCE Fund supports local community projects that target the reduction of carbon…

BWCE Out and About


We've been out and about running information stalls at the Keynsham Eco Festival, the 3SG event on environmental projects, a drop-in at Cheap Street in Bath and the Bradford on…