11 May 2022
CEES project partners meet in Scotland
ALIenergy was delighted to host the latest Community Energy for Energy Solidarity (CEES) meeting in May. After many months of zoom meetings and restricted travel the partners from all over europe were able to get together for a very productive few days discussing the various work packages.
The CEES project has brought together energy agencies and organisations from across Europe to share best practice on tackling fuel poverty. The main aims are to identify and analyse successful community energy initiatives to help alleviate fuel poverty and create a toolkit of effective interventions for replication. The collaboration has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101026972.