Find out about how the Royal Borough is addressing climate change and reducing emissions. Residents, schools, and businesses can also find tailored information about being green and saving energy and money.
The Council is committed to encourage, support and empower residents to help tackle climate change and reduce energy consumption in their local areas and homes through renewable energy projects.
Do you want to save on your energy bill and generate your own clean electricity? Having your own solar panels can be a smart investment; not only can you save on your energy bill, but you could earn money from the electricity you generate and power your home with clean energy.
Find out more about the Solar Together scheme and how you can register before 22 August 2018.
Get involved in creating clean solar electricity for North Kensington.
Join us on Tuesday 17 or Tuesday 31 July 2018, from 6.30 to 8.30pm in the Parish Room at St Helen’s Church, St Helen’s Gardens, W10 6LP.
The North Kensington Community Energy Project could:
Generate solar energy on schools and community buildings
Provide work experience and training opportunities
Invest in community shares and get a three per cent return
Reduce energy bills for the schools
Create a fund for the benefit of the North Kensington area
We are working in partnership with Repowering London and supported by the Mayor of London.
For more information contact Dave Fuller by email to email@example.com or by phone on 020 3674 7519.
Find out more about the North Kensington Community Energy Project.
See live energy use data from the Royal Borough
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea displays its live energy consumption data to ensure it is transparent about the way the Council uses energy and to show the improvements we are making.
Check out our live energy consumption.
Green Your Local Area
The Climate Change Team offers free support to help residents and community groups within Kensington and Chelsea to green their local areas and reduce their energy bills. We provide tailored energy efficiency training for green champions and run a free home energy programme scheme for vulnerable borough residents.
To find out more and enquire about how we could help you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Air Quality and Climate Change Action Plan 2016 - 2021
The Council is tackling the twin challenges of climate change and poor air quality together and has put in place a combined Air Quality and Climate Change Action Plan (AQCCAP).