Egni Co-op develops rooftop solar energy in Wales and has nearly 5 MWp of capacity on over 90 sites, including schools, community buildings and businesses. We’re the largest rooftop solar co-op in the UK. All surplus goes into climate change education in schools.
Awel Co-op is our two-turbine 4.7 MWp community windfarm on Mynydd y Gwrhyd, 20 miles north of Swansea.
It generates enough power for 2500 homes. All surplus goes towards developing further low-carbon projects and climate change education.
It will be opening in autumn 2023. Click here to find out how we’re progressing!
Through our education programme, We are Energy Warriors, we work with our Egni schools to run creative and fun workshops to support pupils and teachers to take action on climate change. We work in partnership with another charity,Energy Sparks, who have an excellent data platform for electricity, gas and solar usage in schools so children can see and measure what impact their energy saving activities have.
Taith is our Community Electric Transport Scheme.
We have three electric vehicles and five bikes to support vulnerable groups and individuals with clean transport. We are also going to be developing a community electric car club.