The rising cost of living and the unbelievable increase in the cost of energy is focusing attention on ways in which energy consumption and costs can be reduced.  A local community renewable energy project could save money and reduce our carbon footprint


Bigbury Net Zero has a thermal imaging camera and is recruiting a team of volunteers in Bigbury, Aveton Gifford, Ringmore, Kingston and Modbury to help householders and businesses find where the 'cold spots' are in their buildings and make a plan to keep warm this winter.  This project is funded by South Hams District Council. To book a free survey or volunteer to help in your village - contact Bigbury Net Zero,

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A focus group of local experts and landowners are exploring options with Energy Local UK CIC and Power Allotments Devon  about how to design a 'deep green' community energy cooperative.  If you are a potential investor or have expertise, land or agricultural roof space to offer - please join Bigbury Renewable Energy Forum  As the options become more clear, a public forum will be called.  Register an interest on the first forum here.