START A RENEWABLE ENERGY WORKING GROUP IN YOUR COMMUNITY TODAY!
Ready to join a working group? If you’re feeling inspired and want to take action from the ‘idea’ stage and on to the next step, then you might want to get a working group going in your own community. The HHEAT team can get help get you started by providing you and your group members with ideas, resources to support you all throughout this group development phase.
*A working group can be defined as a group of two or more individuals that work together."
Your first task is to seek other like-minded individuals from within your community.
To start a renewable energy co-operative you need at least five members that are 100% committed, but to initiate the start up of a working group, there is no set limit! Obviously, the more people you have interested in your co-op idea the better.
Start talking to people you think might also be interested in a renewable energy project. It could be anyone in your community like someone from your sports group, a local interest club, the workplace, a religious group, your friends and family.
The HHEAT Team can help walk you through this process and address any questions or concerns that you may have.
Be sure to attend the upcoming HHEAT workshops for free advice, on the spot consulting about co-op development.
We will have resources and information, and an opportunity to round up some members to form your community working group.
Note that there are already people gathering in your community to get a feel for the level of interest out there to get a renewable energy co-operative going.
HHEAT will be facilitating the meeting of interested persons!
For more information contact the Halton Project Coordinator Anuja at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Hamilton Project Coordinator Beatrice at email@example.com
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