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Organised by the Coalition for Community Energy, the Community Energy Congress is the premier event on Australia’s community energy calendar.  Congress 2017 will bring together up to 800 people to strengthen this budding sector. Together we will share information, develop skills, foster new networks, celebrate success and plan for action. Program         […]

The Beyond Coal and Gas Conference will be held at Myuna Bay on 8-11 April 2016. We will be presenting a workshop on Community Energy in conjunction with the Sydney based group Pingala on Monday 11th from 11 to 12:30. More details of the conference are on their website: beyondcoalandgas.org.

  Dear Member or Friend of CCCE, your are invited to attend our AGM   Date:   Monday 15 Dovember 2014 Time:   6.00 pm Venue: Woy Woy Environment Centre, 267 Blackwall Rd             (Old St Luke’s Church) RSVP: secretary.ccce@gmail.com   This is a very important meeting as it will decide on the future direction or […]

As a spin-off from the work done for our grant funded project we have created as solar savings calculator and a general energy cost savings calculator. It is interesting to see that these investments are usually financially very attractive, supplying an investment rate far above bank rates. It shows also how the problem of invest […]

CEN launches first in a series of Sustainability Talks The Community Environment Network (CEN) will kick off the first in a series of Sustainability Talks on Thursday, 20 March, 2014 with the focus on Climate Change, local impacts and local actions. “The CEN Sustainability Talks are designed to engage and inform our community about local […]

California Passes 600MW Shared Renewables Program (via Clean Technica) Just when it seemed like the outlook for renewables in California couldn’t get any brighter, the state legislature has passed a bill that will open up access to the 75% of its residents unable to install clean energy on their property. SB 43, also… (more…)

Baseload power is a myth: even intermittent renewables will work By Mark Diesendorf The future of civilisation and much biodiversity hangs to a large degree on whether we can replace fossil fuels – coal, oil and gas – with clean, safe and affordable energy within several decades. The good news is that renewable energy technologies […]

  on July 11, at 6.30 for 7pm at the Business Incubator (see map) on the Ourimbah Campus of Newcastle University. The Central Coast Community Energy Association (CCCE) will hold a meeting for interested members of the public to find out about the new, rapidly growing world of community owned renewable energy. Nicky Ison, from […]

Our chairperson Dennis Silvers gave a presentation at the Central Coast Innovation Summit in Mingara ‘Catching the Next Wave of Innovation: a resource efficient digitally connected community’ to an audience of over 200 guests at 13th ofJune.  

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We have not been sleeping.     Exciting news will be coming soon.

Wednesday, 27 March 2013 at 19:00 Business Incubator Loop Road University campus Ourimbah We invite to an interesting talk about insulation by Ross Kestle ( remember saved energy is the cheapest energy of all! ). And after that our executive committee will present the status and direction of our organisation.    

Last week I attended the end-of-year meeting of CEN, the Community Environment Network. To my great surprise I was called up and presented with an award. It is tradition that at this event several prices for achievements within the framework are handed out using titles borrowed from cricket (to indicate that caring for the environment […]

The LOGO design competition has been extended until to the 14th of December.   Pick pencil and paper, or better get some digital tools … and you might win an ebook reader worth $400. Conditions are here      

We are just 9 weeks old and have 50+ members. But we do not not have a logo yet! Can you help? Conditions are in cccommunityenergy.org/documents/   The specific rules are in cccommunityenergy.org/documents/