Carmarthenshire Energy is a social enterprise, working with communities to reduce energy costs, tackle fuel poverty, generate clean renewable energy, and keep the profits local.
Delivering energy saving and renewable energy schemes can be a real challenge for small communities. We believe communities have a right to benefit directly from their natural resources, and we aim to provide just enough support to deliver every possible scheme, while leaving as much of the control and profit as possible with the community.
Membership is open to all who support our aims.
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Neil Lewis (Chair)
Roxanne Treacy (Secretary)
Carmarthenshire Energy Ltd.
75 Water Street
Telephone: 01267 616 333
Carmarthenshire Energy Limited (CEL) has launched its second community share offer, offering the opportunity to invest in a £1.5m community-owned wind generator in Salem. Carmarthenshire Energy is a not-for-profit Community Benefit Society that works w
Carmarthenshire Energy’s community energy Share Offer for a £1.5m wind project in Salem is closing soon. The scheme offers over £2m in community benefit and great returns for members – 5.6% IRR and it has been designed to be eligible of EIS tax relief
On Saturday the 31st October Carmarthenshire Energy Limited (CEL) launched their Community Share Offer for a 500kW wind generator- the first of its kind in Wales since Eco Dyfi launched theirs near the Centre for Alternative Technology 10 years ago. Ca
Despite strong support, our planning application for the CELT1 turbine at LAND NORTH OF BLAENPIBWR, CAPEL DEWI, CARMARTHEN, SA32 8AW was turned down. We are now appealling that decision. Below you can find details of where to send your support letter a
Carmarthenshire Energy will be launching their community share offer in partnership with Shareenergy on 30th October. More details to follow, but in the meantime take a look at this quick vid introducing the offer and some of the team involved: Carmart
SUPPORT NEEDED! Please support Carmarthenshire Energy’s planning application for the Alltcafan Hydro Scheme in Pentrecwrt. You can do so in the following ways, please make sure you quote the application number: W/32623 in all correspondence. Online: ht
Carmarthenshire Energy are inviting people to come and find out about the benefits to the community of a new hydro power scheme on the Teifi. Allt Cafan is a traditional cotton mill site on the river Teifi. Now in some disrepair, the original Mill buil